The ex-Arsenal striker announced retirement

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The ex-Arsenal striker has announced retirement from football at the age of 36.

Former Arsenal defender Nacho Monreal has announce his retirement. After 16 years due to a chronic knee injury. According to the UFABET.

The 36-year-old moved from Malaga to the Emirates in 2013 under Arsene Wenger for a fee of 10 million pounds and has made 250 appearances. 10 goals and was on the set to win the FA Cup three times in 2014, 2015 and 2017.

Monreal move from Arsenal in 2019 to Real Sociedad following the defeat in the UEFA Europa League final to Chelsea. Before missing out on last season. After undergoing knee surgery in September last year.

However, the injury has not improved. Making the decision to announce the hang of studs The end of his 36-year football career was completed. By posting this story via Instagram

“I can’t go any further. Am I angry? No, I listen and accept the situation and thank you for everything. 36 years of playing football, 16 years of professional football. It pushed my body to a limit that I hadn’t thought of before.”

“This path is over. Another path is starting I’m happy and I feel good again. I feel good and it makes me feel calm,” Monreal said.