Emotional Higuain Reveals Career Plans Post Retirement

Gonzalo Higuain played the last game of his career in a 3-0 MLS first round playoff loss to New York City FC after announcing his retirement earlier at the start of October. The Argentine marksman has culminated his playing career with MLS side Inter Miami following a glittering career that took him through the playing fields of Real Madrid, Milan, Napoli, Juventus and Chelsea in Europe. He ends his course with 335 goals from 711 club appearances.

“I thank Inter Miami who gave me so much enthusiasm, I decided to quit at my best time,” he said at the beginning of October.

Speaking after the match, he revealed his plans to continue functioning in sport – specifically as a psychological sport.

“I would love to study and become a mental coach. Being well psychologically I think is a very important aspect in any profession. Then you can put talent, sacrifice, strength into it, but if you are in excellent psychological health, you will hardly get anything. I would very much like to study this. matter. In football it is fundamental and still has too little resonance as a topic,” (via Tuttomercatoweb).

As one of the finest strikers to grace the beautiful game in recent history, Higuain will continue providing his services to the sport going forward.

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