Some might feel that it is too early while others might feel that the time that Alberto Aquilani has chosen to hang up his boots is just the right time. He has been a former international player from Italy and he has announced his retirement at 34 years. Today he is known as an ex Roma midfielder who has also played for Liverpool.
His retirement announcement is news for several. He played for clubs like Liverpool, Fiorentina, Juventus, Roma as well as Italy. At this time he is currently with Las Palmas and would be hanging up his boots after this season ends. He probably decided after the spell at Anfield and performance at Premier League gave him mediocre success. Aquilani was taken on for a sum of €20 million when he was signed up for Roma in 2009 which showcases the high value he acquired during the early years of his playing career.
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Italian outfit AS Roma is a curious club that has bewildered many in the past decade as the bridesmaid of Italian football. The capital outfit has always flattered to deceive on the domestic stage despite the caliber of players that it has been able to attract in the past few seasons.
The past three seasons has seen the club firmly established as a Champions League team with the club regularly finishing in the top four places. Two seasons ago they managed to reach the Champions League semifinals with impressive results.
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Would love to see a Roma midfield comprising of De Rossi, Pizzaro, and Aquilani. Shame you left, Alberto… – by kelvin_tekimam (Kelvin Tekimam)