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Former Barcelona and Manchester United keeper Victor Valdes retires from football and deletes all his social media accounts

Former Barcelona and keeper Victor Valdes has retired from football and on the identical time deleted all his social media accounts.

Valdes, 35, has been with out a membership since leaving Middlesbrough remaining May.

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Victor Valdes has retired from football

And regardless of having gives at the desk to proceed his occupation, on New Year’s Day he mockingly took to social media to announce he used to be placing up his gloves.

He tweeted an image of a street accompanied with the caption: “thanks for everything.”

That is that remaining enthusiasts will listen from the keeper on social media.

Valdes, who spent two years at Manchester United has deleted his twitter account and all his footage on Instagram are consigned to the cyber recycle bin.

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Victor Valdes remaining ever tweet announcing ‘thank you for the entirety’
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Valdes received the entirety at Barcelona below Pep Guardiola

Back in 2015 Valdes stated in an interview that after he retires from football he would delete all his social media accounts with the intention to totally focal point on his circle of relatives.

He instructed RAC1: “When the sunshine is going out one day, then it is going to pass out and I’ll be with my youngsters, instructing them about lifestyles.


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“But I hope that when the light does go out, it will be hard to find me.”

Valdes got here throughout the ranks at Nou Camp to win six La Liga titles, 3 Champions League wins and two Fifa Club World Cup triumphs.

He received 20 caps for Spain and helped his nation win the World Cup in 2010 and Euro 2012.

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