Breaking: Buffon retires from football
Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has officially announced his retirement from professional football in a heartfelt video posted on Twitter.
After an illustrious 28-year career, Buffon leaves behind a remarkable legacy, having played for renowned clubs such as Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain.
The 45-year-old football legend concluded his journey with his childhood club, Parma.
Taking to Twitter, Buffon confirmed the news of his retirement, showcasing some of his finest moments in the sport and expressing his gratitude to fans: "That's all, folks! You gave me everything. I gave you everything. We did it together."
Throughout his career, Buffon has earned the status of being one of the greatest goalkeepers in football history. He boasts an impressive record of 77 clean sheets in 176 international appearances for Italy and has participated in a total of 1,151 professional matches for both club and country. Notably, he secured a momentous victory in the 2006 FIFA World Cup with Italy.
With his retirement, the football world bids farewell to a true legend of the game.
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