Former Real Madrid and Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas retired from football at the age of 39.
Casillas made 725 appearances for Real during a 16-year career at the Bernabeu, winning three Champions League titles and five La Liga crowns.
He also helped Spain win the 2010 World Cup and two successive European Championships in 2008 and 2012.
Casillas joined Porto in 2015 but has not played since suffering a heart attack during training in April 2019.
During his recovery he was given a role in the club’s coaching staff in July 2019.
Announcing his retirement on Twitter, Casillas said: “The important thing is the path you take and the people who accompany you, not the destination to which it takes you.
“I think I can say, without hesitation, that this has been the dream path and the destination. ”
Real Madrid have said Casillas, who joined the Spanish giants at the age of nine, is the best goalkeeper in the club’s 118-year history.
“Real Madrid want to show their appreciation, admiration and love for one of the greatest legends of our club and of world football,” read the club’s website.
“Iker Casillas belongs to the heart of Real Madrid and will remain so forever. ”