MLS – ‘I gave everything and more’: Gonzalo Higuain (Inter Miami) announces his retirement

He is a great striker of the 21st century who will soon be retiring. And that’s why he’ll play the final encounters of his busy career with Inter Miami, who joined in 2020. Gonzalo Higuain took the time to announce his retirement at a press conference on Monday.

“It’s a decision I’ve been preparing for for some time. After seventeen and a half years as a professional, I feel like football has given me a lot. I gave everything and more. Thank you to everyone who trusted me .” It’s time to say goodbye to football, a job that has given me so much and made me feel privileged, with its good times and bad.” he said close to tears.


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He will probably not be the only one moved by this departure. With six seasons at Real Madrid, three under the Napoli colors and as many at Juventus, the Brest native will make his mark on football history. That of an impressive centre-forward at club and Argentina selection.

Since 2020 and his arrival in MLS, Higuain has scored nearly thirty goals. Currently 6th in the Eastern Conference with Inter Miami two days before the end of the regular phase. Higuain still has a chance to play the final stages to end his career in style.

A nice track record

At Real Madrid (2006-2013), the center forward began to forge his record with three Spanish championship titles (2007, 2008, 2012).

In Naples, where he won only the Italian Super Cup, he excelled particularly at individual level, finishing as Serie A top scorer in 2015-2016. His 36 goals in 35 games remains the record for a season that then ended in 2019-2020 at Ciro Immobile was achieved with Lazio. He then became Italian champion three times (2017, 2018, 2020) and Champions League finalist (2017) with Juventus Turin.

Higuain still lifted one European trophy, that of the Europa League, with Chelsea in 2019, even if he played just one game this season. After all, he has scored 27 goals in 67 games in the last three years in David Beckham’s co-owning team without inflating his record.

With AFP.


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