The former Bundesliga-Profi Aaron Hunt ended his football career after 17 years. “I’m doing. I decided that I did not play anymore,” said the 35-year-old “picture”.

In summer, second division Hamburger SV Hunts did not extend contract. After that, the midfielder was held for a possible new club privately. “I’ve had some opportunities since summer. But in the end it did not quite fit. It does not make sense to wait another half year. The topic professional football is completed for me.”

From 2004 to 2014, Hunt completed 286 mandatory games for Werder Bremen and scored 51 hits. For the HSV he came between 2015 and 2021 on 153 games (26 goals). “I had had a long, beautiful career. And 35 is also an age, where you can stop kicking,” Hunt said.

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Hunt won the DFB trophy with Werder and the VfL Wolfsburg. “The memories of the UEFA Cup final against Donetsk with Bremen or my goal in the Champions League against Real Madrid are also very lively,” Hunt said. The low point was the Bundesliga descent with HSV 2018: “He hurts today. And that I did not manage with the team to return to the first league.”