It’s not every day that you see a top striker who is ready and willing to go to retirement.
Giorgi Chiella is one of those who, at this point, could easily be the one who is leaving the pitch for good.
The 23-year-old has scored 16 goals in his two seasons at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, the team’s second-tier team.
His goals are only matched by his assists, and his team-mate Andrea Pirlo has also found a way to score more than he did last season.
Injuries have also forced Chielliini to miss the last four Serie A games, as well as a year and a half, since joining Juventus.
He has now retired from playing football, and the news that he is going to take his career into retirement has not been announced yet.
However, with a move to Manchester City on the cards, and talks of a potential move to China, it looks like the former Fiorentina man is going all in.
It’s been said that Giorgini Chiello, a top goal scorer for the Italian national team, will retire from football.
It’s a move that has been linked to Manchester United and Real Madrid.