Former Liverpool and Spain midfielder Thiago Alcantara has retired from playing

Former Liverpool and Spain midfielder Thiago Alcantara has retired from playing

The midfielder missed almost the entire last season due to injuries

Ex-midfielder Liverpool and the national team Spain Thiago Alcantara will soon announce his retirement from playing.

Alcantara is reported to want to stay in football, but in a different role.

The 33-year-old player left Liverpool at the end of last season, and the entire previous campaign was marred by injuries. Because of them, Alcantara played only one match in the Premier League, coming on for 6 minutes from the bench in the away match against Arsenal (1:3), which took place on February 4.

Thiago Alcantara is a product of Barcelona, ​​with whom he won La Liga four times, the Spanish Cup twice, the Super Cup twice, and also became the winner of the Champions League in 2011.

He spent the longest period of his career as part of Bayern. The midfielder defended the colors of the Munich club from 2013 to 2020, winning the Bundesliga with them seven times, the national cup four times and became the owner of the German Super Cup three times. In 2020, together with Bayern, Thiago Alcantara became the winner of the Champions League.

From 2020 to 2024, the Spanish midfielder defended the colors of Liverpool, playing a total of 98 matches in four seasons, scoring three goals, and giving six assists.

Alcantara played 46 matches for the Spanish national team, scoring two goals.

Source: Sportarena

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