- Francesco Totti will retire at the end of the season after spending 25 years at Roma
- The Italian legend made 783 appearances for the Serie A side, netting 304 times
- He is the highest goal-scorer in the club's history and has broken several records for the club
AS Roma legend Francesco Totti will retire from football at the end of the season after spending 25 years at the club.
The Italian striker made his debut for Roma in 1993 and he won his only league title for the club in 2001.
He also won a record of 5 Serie-A player of the season during his years at the Italian side.
The 40-year-old made his senior debut for the Serie A side in a game against Brescia on March 28, 1993.
The Italian went on to score 304 goals in 783 appearances for Roma making him the highest goalscorer for the club.
He is also the oldest goalscorer in the Champions League. He was aged 38 years 59 days as of November 25, 2014.
Watch 23 Francesco Totti goals from 23 different seasons in Roma.