“It will always be your home”: the former Colo Colo who could retire

Arturo Sanhueza He is, without a doubt, one of the most experienced players in Chilean soccer. However, at 43 years old, the four-time champion with Colo Colo could say goodbye to his career as a professional player, after ending his contract with Arturo Fernández Vial, a club that in 2022 fell to the third category of national football.

“Thank you Arturo for defending this shirt with passion, love and #ImmortalSpirit. Four seasons of emotions that allowed us to meet again. This is and will always be your home, see you soon, LONG LIVE THE KING!”, says the publication of the club Arturo Fernández Vial, saying goodbye to the footballer.

Although the containment midfielder has not yet confirmed his retirement, it is speculated that he will leave football, thus leaving a 22-year career in which he won nine national titles. In addition, he reached an international final and represented the Chilean team in the 2007 Copa América in Venezuela.

Arturo Sanhueza He began his career in 2000 at Everton de Viña del Mar and in the following season he went to the arch-rival, Santiago Wanderers, club with which he won the last National Championship of the institution.

In 2005 he arrived at Colo Colo, where he became an idol and captain, leading a team that achieved a Copa Sudamericana final, the four-time championship of 2006-2007 and the Clausura 2008 and 2009.

Later, Sanhueza played in Sports Iquique, University of Concepción and Sports Temuco, where he won the 2015-2016 Primera B championship. He then spent three seasons in copperloa and four in Arturo Fernandez Vialbeing that of 2022 the one that could be the last of his successful career.