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Former Liverpool and Real Madrid defender Alvaro Arbeloa retires

Alvaro Arbeloa, 34, has reported his retirement in the wake of playing for various clubs all through his 15-year vocation however his most conspicuous years would be a two-year spell with Liverpool and after that eight years with Real Madrid – the club where he spent his developmental years. He made the declaration to Spanish daily paper Marca. Other than being a noticeable figure as full back for the clubs, he earned 56 tops for Spain's national group. 

In the wake of being discharged by Arbeloa last August, he marked a one-year contract with London club West Ham United however showed up for the Hammers. "It's a great opportunity to state farewell," Arbeloa told Marca. "Physically I was alright to continue playing." Arbeloa showed up for Madrid in two stretches at the club and is interested in an arrival to the Bernabeu. "Madrid is the club of my life, I will never call to request a vocation, yet I am constantly accessible to offer myself," Arbeloa included. 

Arbeloa showed up for Real Madrid in two stretches at the club and is interested in an arrival to the Bernabeu. "Madrid is the club of my life, I will never call to request an occupation, however I am constantly accessible to offer myself," Arbeloa included. 

Amid his two stretches at Real Madrid, he won the La Liga, Copa del Rey twice, Supercopa de Espana, UEFA Champions League twice, FIFA Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup. With Spain he was a piece of the group that won the 2010 World Cup and European Championships in 2008 and 2012.

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