Llorente announces retirement, goodbye Lion King!

‘Lion King’ Fernando Llorente announced his retirement from active duty.

Multiple European media reported the news of Llorente’s retirement. 바카라 1985 Spanish-born striker Llorente made his professional debut in 2003 with Basconia and spent his prime with Athletic Bilbao.

After that, he continued his playing career with Juventus, Sevilla, Swansea City, Tottenham Hotspur, Napoli, Udinese Calcio and Eibar.

During his time at Tottenham, he even ate rice with Son Heung-min. He played as Harry Kane’s backup striker and showed good chemistry with Son Heung-min.

In the 2018-19 season against Manchester City in the second leg of the Champions League (UCL) quarterfinals of the European Football Association (UEFA), he scored a goal and led Tottenham’s advance to the semifinals with Son Heung-min.

After leaving Tottenham, he experienced Italian Serie A before returning to Spain. After his contract with Eibar expired last summer, he couldn’t find a team and decided to retire.


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