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Francesco Totti Set To Continue Playing At New Club

Josh Lawless

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Francesco Totti Set To Continue Playing At New Club

Francesco Totti has officially played his final game for Roma.

Three days ago, the 40-year old confirmed that the game against Genoa at the Stadio Olimpico would be his last, at Roma and as expected it was an emotional affair the Giallorossi faithful.

Francesco was visibly emotional at the end of the game, as were his teammates and all of the Roma supporters:

Credit: AS Roma

With the game poised at 1-1, following a third minute opener from Pietro Pellegri, the youngest ever goalscorer in Serie A history, and a reply from Edin Dzeko in the first half, Totti entered the fray in the 53rd minute.

It wasn't the ultimate fairytale we were all hoping for, but Totti did play his part in helping his beloved Giallorossi pip Napoli to second place and the final Champions League group stage place available to those in the top tier of Italian football.

So what will his next move be? Totti is rumoured to have an offer on the table to becoming a director at his beloved club, but hasn't officially retired as of yet.

And there's talk, namely from Rai Sport presenter Paula Ferrari that Totti will leave Roma for Miami FC in the United States.

Miami are currently managed by Totti's former Italian national team colleague Alessandro Nesta.

The claim is that Totti will announce his Roma departure on Monday, which would bring his glittering 25-year stint with the Giallorossi to an end.

More to follow.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: AS Roma, Francesco Totti

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