Thiago alcantara has retire from football

The spainsh  midfielder  has decided  to retire due to lots of injuries.


Thiago Alcântara is indeed a remarkable footballer known for his creativity, technical prowess, and versatility on the field. Born in Italy to Brazilian parents, he began his career at Barcelona, where he gained prominence for his exceptional passing ability and vision. His move to Bayern Munich in 2013 saw him continue to excel, winning numerous trophies including the Bundesliga and the UEFA Champions League.


Despite battling injuries throughout his career, Thiago’s impact has been significant, highlighted by his inclusion in the FIFPRO Men’s World 11 in 2020. His move to Liverpool in 2020 further solidified his reputation, contributing to their FA Cup victory in 2022. Internationally, Thiago has represented Spain at various levels, debuting for the senior team in 2011 and participating in major tournaments such as UEFA Euro 2016, the 2018 FIFA World Cup, and UEFA Euro 2020.


This are his achievements


x2 Champions League

x2 FIFA Club’s World Cup

x7 Bundesliga

x4 La Liga

x4 DFB Pokal

x3 UEFA Supercup

x1 FA Cup

x2 Copa del Rey

x2 Spanish Super Cup

x3 German Super Cup

x1 Carabao Cup

x1 Community Shield

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