Toni Kroos, Giroud and big footballers retire in 2024

Toni Kroos and, lately, Olivier Giroud all but announced the sad news that they will retire in 2024.

Retirement is the end of a legacy, career, either with club level or international duty. And it is sad for the fans who would love to watch their favorite players to play on and on. But we are human after all, it’s time for some of them to rest.

Here is the list of players who announced retirement in 2024.

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Toni Kroos

Real Madrid legend Toni Kroos has announced on his social media that he will retire after the upcoming UEFA Euro, which will be played this summer. Therefore, his last game for Real Madrid will be the Champions League Final against Borussia Dortmund.

The German legend left a long announcement message on his Instagram account, part of which went like this:

Toni Kroos had an amazing career full of titles and stats
Toni Kroos had an amazing career full of titles and stats

“My ambition was always to finish my career at the peak of my performance level. From now on, there is only one leading thought: go for 15!!! HALA MADRID AND NOTHING MORE!”

Right, anyone got a contact for a cheap pair of adiPURE 11Pros? That’s us spending the summer attempting geometrically gorgeous through balls down the park.

Olivier Giroud

The French talisman will no longer compete in the national team kit, having announced his retirement from international duty. Giroud’s decision means Euro 2024 will be his last time dancing with France.

 “Obviously, I’m going to miss it a lot, but I need to cede. my place for the young players”, Giroud told L’Équipe.

Giroud won the FIFA World Cup 2018 among this decorated career
Giroud won the FIFA World Cup 2018 among this decorated career

He conquered the Champions League, Europa League, Serie A, and FIFA World Cup. Will Euro 2024 be his final shot with the team?

Leonardo Bonucci

Italy’s captain has won more Serie A titles than Burnley and Sheffield United combined have won Premier League games this season. He has nine Scudetti to his name and more shields than the knights of the Round Table.

Last year, Bonucci announced that he would be retiring at the end of this season, but that was when he was still at Juventus, before his little jaunt at Union Berlin and, now, Fenerbahce.

Joe Hart

Hart is a Manchester City legend; there’s no getting around it. He served 12 years and brought two Premier League titles to the blue half of Manchester.

The England keeper has just announced his retirement from the game after a three-year stint at Celtic, which he’s loved. In fact, the man’s words were used: “What an absolute club.”

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