Nicolas BURDISSO has retired as a professional footballer after 19 years.
Former Argentina international and Inter player Nicolas BURDISSO has announced his retirement at the age of 37, through a post on social media. He played for five clubs throughout his career, one in Argentina and the other four in Italy.
🇦🇷⚽️Gracias a Todos ⚽️
🇮🇹⚽️Grazie a Tutti@⚽️ pic.twitter.com/vBg4gYFUbk
— Nicolas Burdisso (@NicoBurdisso_8) October 10, 2018
He started off with Boca Juniors and played for the senior team from 1999-2004 before joining Inter. He stayed five years with Inter and joined rivals AS Roma until 2014 before joining Genoa for three years. He finished his career with Torino, spending one season.
With the Argentina national team, BURDISSO was capped a total of 49 times between 2003-2011 where he scored two goals. A member of two World Cup squads, he was there for Germany 2006 and was part of the 2010 World Cup tam. He won the 2001 FIFA U20 World Cup as well as olympic gold at the 2004 summer games.