‘Barrios’ former yellow tiger spear Announcement to hang up studs

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Former Borussia Dortmund striker Lucas Barrios has announced his retirement from football at the age of 37.

Barrios was most famous for his time at Bayern Munich during 2009. In 2012, he made 101 appearances for Jurgen Klopp’s side, scoring 49 goals. Helping to win one DFB-Pokal and two Bundesliga titles

. That Barrios was Guangzhou Evergrande. Bought to the team for 8.5 million euros and won the Chinese league and AFC Champions League in 2013

, Barrios later wandered to many European and South American clubs such as Spar. Scoop Moscow, Montpellier, Palmeiras, Gremio before ending his career at Patronato. The top team in Argentina’s league

. of Argentine descent He also won 34 caps for Paraguay, scored 10 goals and was part of the 2010 World Cup squad. The UFABET report

“I want to inform all my fans, it’s time for me to say goodbye to professional football,” Barrios posted on Instagram. “For 20 years

I gave everything in every club I was at, had good and bad moments, but I showed professionalism to every club.

” I’d like to thank all my teammates and coaches I’ve worked with, I’ve learned a lot from them.

” For helping me take care of me, thank you to all the clubs that contacted me to bring me to the team. But I have made my decision.

Thank you to my family for their support over the years, including my friends.

I love you all with all my heart, Lucas Barrios.