Due to injuries, former England midfielder Tom Cleverley has retired at the age of 33.
Cleverley, who has 13 senior caps, was most recently with Watford in the Championship.

He began his career at Manchester United and later went on to play for Leicester, Wigan, Aston Villa, and Everton.

Cleverley suffered an Achilles tendon injury at the beginning of the 2022-23 season, followed by a thigh issue in February.

Watford announced his retirement on Twitter and added:

“Some exciting news will be announced soon jointly by the club and Tom.”

“No one could have worked harder than Tom to recover from several injuries, which he’s tried to do while always being a positive force around the players,” Hornets chairman and CEO Scott Duxbury said.

“I can’t say enough good things about Tom as a person, a player, and our captain. Tom is the type of professional that any club would be happy to have on their team.”

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