On the evening of October 16, Beijing time, former Manchester City defender Sabaletta announced his retirement, ending his 18-year personal career.
Sabaletta said on his personal social network: "After 18 years of professional player career, I made the decision to retire. I enjoyed a unique and unforgettable moment. I will always be grateful to those who have been with me during the trip. People who have traveled together-clubs, teammates, coaches and my family and friends. Now my mind is complicated, but it's time to say goodbye to the best time of my life. I thank everyone from my heart!"
Sabaletta is 35 years old and plays right back. He comes from San Lorenzo, Argentina, played for the Spaniard for 3 seasons, and then joined Manchester City for 9 seasons. In the last three seasons, he has played for West Ham United. He played 594 times in his career and scored 24 goals.
In addition, at the Argentine national team level, he has 10 years and has left a record in the national team, with a total of 58 appearances.