5 Footballers Likely To Retire After Euro 2024

The 17th edition of the Euro could be the last one for some legendary footballers.

The UEFA Euro 2024 is set to be held from June 14 to July 14 in Germany. The 17th edition of the Euro could be the last one for some legendary footballers.

Here are five stars who are likely to retire after Euro 2024

Toni Kroos (Germany)

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5 Footballers Likely To Retire After Euro 2024

Toni Kroos has announced he would hang up his boots after the Euro 2024. The home crowd would see him for the last time in the edition.

The 32-year-old midfielder has announced his retirement from club football as well.

Kroos had already retired from international duties in 2021 but was called upon by national coach Julian Nagelsmann.

Oliver Giroud (France)

Five footballers likely to retire after Euro 2024

Olivier Giroud is set to retire from international duty after this edition of the Euro, bringing an end to his 13-year journey with the national team.

The striker is France’s all-time top scorer with 57 goals in 131 matches but now wants to make way for the youngsters.

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Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)

Five footballers likely to retire after Euro 2024

Cristiano Ronaldo would be playing his sixth Euro championship. It would be a record for the most number of Euros played by any footballer.

Ronaldo’s fitness levels are unparalleled in the sporting world. The 39-year-old has defied his age to reach the legendary status.

The Euro 2024 could well be his last edition.

Luka Modric (Croatia)

Five footballers likely to retire after Euro 2024

Luka Modric made his international debut for Croatia in 2006 and is the most capped player for the country. The 38-year-old might lead the Croatian team in the edition that might be his last major outing.

Croatia would be banking on Modric’s experience to make it big in the Euros. He would be one of the key players if the team wanted to reach the top of the table.

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Manuel Nuer (Germany)

Five footballers likely to retire after Euro 2024

Manuel Nuer is set to play for the national team after a long hiatus. He last played for Germany in the 2022 World Cup. He then remained missing in action for over a year after injuring his leg during a vacation.

The 37-year-old German is unlikely to play all the matches in Euro as four goalkeepers have been included in the squad.

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