Blaise Matuidi, the French international midfielder, has announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 35. Throughout his career, Matuidi played for a total of 5 different clubs, which include ESTAC Troyes, Saint-Etienne, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain, and Inter Miami.
In his career, Matuidi made 699 club appearances, scoring 50 goals and assisting 44 others. He was a key player for his teams, helping them to win a total of 23 trophies, including the French Super Cup (5 times), French League Cup (4 times), Italian Super Cup (1 time), Italian Cup (1 time), French Cup (3 times), Italian Championship (3 times), French Championship (5 times), and the World Cup in 2018 with France.
Matuidi also made 84 appearances for the French national team, cementing his place as one of the country’s most talented and successful players. He was a key part of the team that won the World Cup in 2018, and will be remembered as a key player in the history of French football. He started in the world cup final match in the midfield along with Kante and Paul Pogba as France went on to win 4-2.
Despite his retirement, Matuidi’s impact on the sport will be felt for years to come. His skill and determination on the pitch made him a beloved player for fans and a respected figure in the world of football. As he moves on to the next chapter of his life, we wish him the best of luck and thank him for the memories he has given us.