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Best XI Of Active Players Who Have Played Their Entire Career For One Club

There are a lot of retired athletes that spent their entire careers with the same team. There are, however, currently active players who could potentially take the same route as Totti and others. Totti played for Roma from 1993 to 2017, and he is widely regarded as one of the club's all-time greats. Yet, the vast majority of these players won Silverware with their club and have no plans to leave during the upcoming summer transfer window. Some current participants in this field are shown in the image below. Those currently in the league who have spent their whole professional careers with the same team.

Goalkeeper: Akinfeev.

Defenders: Nacho, Gaya, Jantschke and Gaspar.

Midfielders: Sergio Busquets, Sergi Roberto and Koke.

Forwards: Muniain, Thomas Muller and Hermann.

Spending one's whole professional playing career with the same club is an impressive feat. Some currently active players have committed their whole professional careers to one team. Thomas Muller has spent his whole professional career with Bayern Munich, where he helped them win the 2021/22 Bundesliga championship and ended as the most productive midfielder in Europe's top five leagues. That's why he has more Bundesliga titles than any other Bayern Munich player.

It's worth noting that both Sergie Roberto and Sergio Busquets have spent time as midfielders for Barcelona. Jantschke and Hermann have played their entire careers at Borussia Monchengladbach. They've been a huge help to the team over the past few years.

The majority of the squad is signed to La Liga teams. Players in La Liga are committed to their teams. If Lionel Messi hadn't signed with Paris Saint-Germain last two seasons, he might have been a member of the team.

Who among these do you anticipate retiring with this team?

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