Former Barcelona goalkeeper and Spain’s Spanish national player Victor Valdes has decided to end the playing career.
Problems with the injuries they had in the last few seasons made 35-year-old Valdes go to a football pension.
The Spanish goalkeeper, after finishing his football career, moves from the field to television channels and in the future will make exclusive interviews with former aces.
In his career, Valdes spent 12 years wearing Barcelona jersey with three Champions League titles, six times champion of Spain and a Super Cup winner and won two titles in the King’s Cup, the European Super Cup and two titles Of the World Club Prevention.
After leaving Barcelona, Victor Valdes was a member of Manchester United, he was in the lead of Standard Liege shortly, and last season defended Middlesbrough.
There were 20 appearances on the goal of the Spanish national team and with the “Red Fury” won the 2010 World Cup championships and the European championship in 2012.