Gonzalo Higuain will retire at the end of the US Major League Soccer season

Gonzalo Higuain, a striker for Inter Miami, has said he would give up playing football professionally at the conclusion of the current Major League Soccer (MLS) season in the United States.

Gonzalo Higuain will retire at the end of the US Major League Soccer season

The 34-year-old will participate in the playoffs, which are expected to go until November, as well as at least two more regular season games.

Higuain revealed in an interview that he believes that football has given him so much after having the most beautiful career he could have. Many thanks to those who have always supported me; it is now time to part ways.

Higuain has scored 10 goals in his past 11 games after a slow start to the 2022 MLS season, bringing his league total to 14 in 26 contests, according to Xinhua.

Higuain, who represented Argentina in 75 matches and amassed 31 goals, expressed the wish that the news will give the Florida-based team more incentive to capture its first MLS championship.

The ability to retire as a champion among my teammates would be the greatest present I could offer to them considering how supportive they have been of me during this journey, this is also for the physiotherapy staff, my brother, and my family. He stated In addition to the players.

He also added that he would like to retire like a champion here as if he deserves to retire, and it would be a really great dream. he knows there are two games remaining, and they all really hope that the supporters come out and crowd the stadium because it is crucial for them. The tale changes once they reach the playoffs, and his ambition is to retire as a champion alongside all of my teammates.

During his 17-year professional career, Higuain played for River Plate, Real Madrid, Napoli, Juventus, AC Milan, and Chelsea.

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