Marcos Senna could be about to leave professional football for good…
Marcos Senna is set to announce his retirement from football, with the combative midfielder ready to call time on his career. He has played for a number of clubs over the years, but is currently plying his trade in the United States’ second tier – the NASL.
He claims that he hasn’t yet fully decided, but it is widely believed 2015 will bring down the curtain on the Spanish international’s 19 year career.
In a recent press conference, the 38-year-old said: “I’ll wait until the end of this championship now. I think I will retire, but I would prefer to wait until the end of the championship to fully decide what I’m going to do with my career”.
He’s enjoyed a fantastic career, playing for Corinthians, Villareal, and the New York Cosmos amongst others. He has also picked up 28 caps for Spain, despite being born in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
He was a key part of the side that saw Spain lift the European Championship title in 2008, and has won league titles in both Brazil and the US.
He joined the Cosmos in 2013 and has scored 10 goals in 35 games.