Argentine defender Nicolás Burdisso has announced the end of his footballing career at the age of 37 on social networks.
"After 19 years at the highest level, it's time to put an end to my professional adventure in football," wrote Burdisso, whose last team was the Italians of Torino.
Nicólas Burdisso has held more than 400 meetings throughout his career.
"Football was my tool to be happy every day and grow as a person," he said.
Burdisso represented the Argentines of Boca Juniors (1999-2003), Italians Inter Milan (2004-2009), Roma (2009-2013), Genoa (2014-2017) and Torino (2017/18) and 49 times international in the service of the selection 'albiceleste'.
He has won four times in the Italian league, two in the Argentine Cup, two in the Italian Cup, three in the Italian Super Cup, three in the Libertadores Cup, two in the Intercontinental Cup and was also a 20-year Olympic champion in 2004 in Athens, in Greece.