Cambiasso (37) put after nineteen seasons point behind career
Esteban Cambiasso has on Friday decided to after nineteen seasons of his career as a professional footballer to an end. The 37-year-old midfielder will, according to Argentine media concentrate on a career as a trainer.
The last club of Cambiasso was Olympiakos Piraeus. With the Greek club, he conquered the past two seasons the championship title.
The Argentine began his career in 1998 in their own country at Independiente. After a season with River Plate he made in the summer of 2002, the move to Real Madrid.
With the ‘Royal’ won Cambiasso, inter alia, the national championship and the European Super Cup. After two seasons in Madrid he moved to Internazionale, where he has his best period of his career knew.
He played a total of ten seasons at Inter. With the Italian club he won in the 2009/2010 season, the Champions League and he was five times champion.
In mid-2014 exchanged Cambiasso Inter for Leicester City, where he after one season left to get started with Olympiakos.
He was also 52 times the shirt of the Argentine national team, for which he has five times scored. In 2006, he played his only world cup.