At the age of 29, I came down with everything… “I would have retired if Zidane came.”

Raphael Varane said that the change of manager would not have affected his retirement from the national team. 안전놀이터

Varane took off the French national team uniform. Baran posted on his social media on the 2nd (Korean time), “Representing a great country for 10 years has been one of the greatest honors in my life. Every time I wear this special shirt, I feel tremendous pride, and every time I enter the stadium I wholeheartedly gave everything to win. I thought about retirement for several months and decided that now is the right time to retire from the national team.”

Baran was born in 1993 and is still 29 years old. He is the age when he is in his prime as a football player, and the age at which he can spend his prime both physically and in terms of experience due to the nature of the position as a center back. Despite his age, Baran has decided to retire from his national team.

Some analyzed that Baran chose early retirement because he accomplished a lot as a soccer player. In fact, Varane played for Real Madrid in his early and mid-20s and experienced a number of European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) championships, and in the French national team, he lifted the trophy early in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and stood at the top. have experience. Even recently, Baran advanced to the final of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, but lost to Argentina and finished runner-up.

Baran revealed the reason for his decision to retire. In a recent interview with ‘Canal Plus’, Baran said that the tight schedule had a big impact on his retirement, saying, “I have too many schedules, and I play non-stop. I felt like I was suffocating. A soccer player named Baran was devouring me.” said.

Baran has spent most of his career at Real so far. Since Real Madrid has to compete in various competitions as well as the league, players have no choice but to digest the league, cup competitions, and national team matches. It is natural to have ups and downs physically.

Barran also said that changing his national team coaching staff would not have affected his retirement. The news that Zinedine Zidane was taking over for the French national team was expected to replace the manager, but contrary to expectations, manager Didier Deschamps signed a new contract.

Asked if his choice would have been different had Zidane arrived, Varane replied “No, nothing would have changed”.

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