Tearful Marcelo Wants To Keep Playing After Leaving Real Madrid

Tearful Marcelo Wants To Keep Playing After Leaving Real Madrid

Marcelo bids farewell to Real Madrid.AFP

Marcelo On Monday, he said goodbye to Real Madrid as the most decorated player in the club’s history but insisted he had no plans to retire. The 34-year-old has spent 15 years at the Santiago Bernabeu and will be a free agent when his contract expires at the end of the month. Marcelo has won 25 trophies at Real Madrid, including five Champions League, six La Liga and two Copa del Rey titles. Among those attending the farewell party at Valdebas were Marcelo’s teammates, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, as well as Carlo Ancelotti and RaulWho is currently in charge of the club’s B team.

“When I signed for Madrid, I thought I could reach the top and here I am the most title-winning player in its history,” said Marcelo.

“It’s not a farewell, I don’t think I’m leaving Madrid. If you don’t give me a ticket, I’ll be in trouble.” He joked.

Marcelo said he would have no problem playing against Real Madrid in the future, keeping in mind the possibility that he would join another team in Europe.


“I didn’t think about retirement, I think I can still play,” he said. “I don’t think playing against Madrid would be a problem. Be professional. “

Marcelo won his fifth Champions League title last month when Real Madrid beat Liverpool in Paris to win the 14th European Cup.

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