Argentina’s two-time Copa Libertadores, Mauro Boselli, said goodbye to Corinthians, Brazil, at the age of 35 and in the next few days will begin to define his future, which would have him contesting his last seasons in some club in the country. The striker wrote on his personal Twitter account: «It was my last day at Corinthians, I want to thank everyone who works at the club, the assistants, coaches and my teammates in particular. I’m proud to have wore this T-shirt, it was a great honor for me. I want to make a special mention to Corinthians fans, because they are really different.»
Boselli emerged footballously in Boca, where he lifted the Copa Libertadores in 2007 and then moved on to Estudiantes de La Plata, where, with more prominence he won the same tournament in 2009 with Alejandro Sabella.From then on, he continued his career abroad: Malaga from Spain, Wigan Athletic from England, Genoa and Palermo, both from Italy, and León from Mexico , before re-entering Corinthians in January 2019.Despite having several offers from abroad, his intention is to retire in the country and for the time being he already made it known, because he rejected some offers from Mexican clubs.