Llorente posts thank you video after retirement.

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Former striker Fernando Llorente posted a video thanking the club. And football fans for their continued support after announcing his retirement earlier this year.

Fernando Llorente, a former 2010 World Cup-winning Spain striker and Athletic Bilbao icon posted a video thanking fans for their continued support. After announcing his retirement in February this year. According to a report from Mundo Deportivo on Monday. 

‘From a young age I dreamed of being a footballer. And who’s to tell me that I can enjoy and live all that football has given me.’ The 38-year-old said in a tweet link to a YouTube video.

‘I want to thank everyone for the opportunity given. and the fans who always support me. For all the love I’ve received over the years. I consider myself lucky to enjoy the moments that football brought me to life and to wonderful people. The friends I can meet along the way, thank you.’ said Llorente.

Llorente made his first-team debut in 2005. He stayed at Athletic Bilbao until 2013. In his 18 years with Los Leones, he scored 118 goals in 333 appearances. Moved to football with Juventus free of charge, followed by Sevilla, Swansea, Tottenham Hotspur, Napoli, Udinese and Eibar until the retirement was announced. official on February 16, the past UFABET

Throughout his career Llorente played 628 games, scored 185 goals and provided 61 assists, winning three Serie A titles with Juventus, one Coppa Italia, and the Euros. Pa Lig with Sevilla, Coppa Italia winners with Napoli and reaching the 2018-19 Champions League final with Tottenham Hotspur.