Former Manchester City and Aston Villa player Fabian Delph have retired from active football, the English man announced this on his Instagram account. Delph Leeds United academic graduate where he played for three years before joining Aston Villa. He left Villa for Manchester City in 2015, joined Everton in 2019 and put an end to his professional football career this year.
He made his England debut in September 2014, where he featured 20 times for the Three Lions.
Delph who played mainly as a central midfielder also be deployed in defensive midfield, attacking midfield, right back, left back and showing his versatility.
He won 7 trophies while with Manchester City to his name.
He made a total of 324 career appearances, scoring 19 goals and made 12 assists.
Delph wrote on Instagram: “Today I announce my retirement with nothing but happiness and gratitude for what this beautiful game has given me.
“Massive shout out to my family, friends, players, and staff from the amazing clubs I have been fortunate enough to represent as well as the support I have had from the fans.”
Manchester City: “Everyone at City would like to congratulate Fabian on a fine career and wish him well in retirement.”
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