Argentine centre forward, Diego Milito is set to hang his boots this summer after a decent footballing career. The 36-year old striker is currently with the Avallaneda team, where he started professional football helping them to win the title before moving abroad to play.
The star left Racing Club in 1999 for Genoa on a free transfer. He played for two seasons at the club before eventually moving to Real Zaragoza on loan after being linked several times.

He returned back when the contract lapsed and played more for Genoa, establishing himself as one of the greatest striker to have played in the team. Real Zaragoza finally bought the player in 2006 for five million Euros. Diego Milito had a decent record in Zaragoza scoring 59 goals in both spells that totaled 120 matches.

Milito moved back to Genoa in 2008 for 13 million Euros. The surge in his transfer fees was due to his performance at Zaragoza. Several Interests came in but Genoa kept the striker until the next season when he was sold for a whopping 25 million Euros to Italian giants, Inter Milan. Milito’s scored a total of 60 goals for Genoa in 93 matches.

The striker combined with other talents while at Inter Milan to win the UEFA champions league and the Italian league. He had a very successful spell at Inter Milan playing till he decide to go back to Racing Club in 2014 season after an impressive record of 75 goals in 171 appearances.

The Racing icon in his two spell for the club is highly regarded as one of the greatest player to ever represent the Argentine club. The fans of the club want to immortalize Milito before he retires in June. They want to name the streets surrounding Estadio Juan Domingo Peron after him.

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