Euro 2024: Players Likely to Retire After Tournament

Olivier Giroud (France):

Giroud has announced that Euro 2024 will be his final tournament with the French national team. He has had a remarkable international career, becoming France’s all-time leading scorer with 57 goals. Post-tournament, he will continue his club career in Major League Soccer with Los Angeles FC

Toni Kroos (Germany):

Kroos has confirmed that he will retire from professional football entirely after Euro 2024. The tournament will be his last opportunity to add the European Championship to his extensive list of accolades, which includes a World Cup win in 2014 and multiple Champions League titles with Real Madrid

Luka Modric (Croatia):

Modric, who has been a pivotal player for Croatia for many years, is also expected to retire from international football after the tournament. The 38-year-old midfielder has hinted that Euro 2024 will likely be his final appearance for Croatia

Pepe (Portugal):

The veteran defender, who will be 41 during the tournament, is expected to retire from international duty after Euro 2024. Pepe has been a key figure in Portugal's defense for many years and will be playing in his fifth European Championship

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal):

Ronaldo, one of the greatest footballers of all time, is likely to make his last international appearance at Euro 2024. At 39 years old, he remains a crucial player for Portugal and will be participating in his sixth European Championship