According to latest report, Germany star and former Man Utd and Bayer Munich midfielder, Bastian Schweinsteiger has retired from active football.
The veteran midfielder made this announcement on Tuesday via his Twitter handle.
He write, “The time has now come and I will be finishing my active career at the end of the season. Saying goodbye as an active player makes me feel a little nostalgic, but I am also looking forward to the exciting challenges that await me.”
The reports made it known that the 35-year-old midfielder hung up his boots after his current team, Chicago Fire team were unable to make the MLS play-offs.
Following Schweinsteiger announcement, Germany national team coach, Joachim Loew disclosed that the veteran was welcome to join the team coach.
Schweinsteiger will be remembered for his performance during the the German national team victorious game against Argentina in 2014 World Cup, where he play on despite suffering an injury.