Real Madrid held a farewell ceremony for veteran defender Marcelo. After the end of the contract with the team at the end. Of this month Closing the 15-year football career with 25 trophies. The news confirms that the power has not yet run out wanting to continue playing.
Brazilian full-back Marcelo has officially bid farewell to Spanish La Liga champions. Real Madrid at the club’s Valdebebas training ground on Monday June 13. After 15 years of playing at the Santiago Bernabeu. He won the most trophies a team record at 25 trophies.
The 34-year-old defensive line will expire at the end of June. He became a free agent immediately. Turkish side Fenerbahce and French club Marseille. Where the White King held an honorable farewell ceremony with Flo President Rentino Perez manager Carlo Ancelotti. Raul currently oversee the club’s B team, as well as his team-mates and family.
“When I signed for Madrid , in my mind I thought I could reach the top. And now I am the player with the most titles in history,” Marcelo said with tears in his eyes. “This is not goodbye. I don’t feel like I’m leaving Madrid , today was the happiest day since I was in Madrid because when I left I know that I have left a legacy. I don’t feel like a legend life does not end here I will continue to play I believe I can continue my career. But I don’t think much about the future.
The Samba defender joined Real Madrid from Fluminense in 2007 and made 545 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring 38 goals as the team won La Liga titles. Spain six times and the UEFA Champions League 5 times, along with 25 other trophies, which the president of the UFABET team came out to praise. One of the best full-backs in the history of the world.
“We want to pay our respects to our great captain. we talk about legend The most winning player in the history of Real Madrid Marcelo, you have accomplished all your dreams. you win everything no doubt You are one of the best full-backs in World Cup history. Be a unique player no one can replace You should be proud of your great career,” Perez said.