Bundesliga Played final game for Frankfurt on Sunday
David Abraham has played his final game for Eintracht Frankfurt before returning home to Argentina for family reasons.
The defender captained Frankfurt in their 3-1 win over Schalke, which included two goals from Real Madrid loanee Luka Jovic, on Sunday.
The 34-year-old centre-back is returning to his homeland after seven years in Germany in order to look after his son.
Abraham will play for Huracan de Chabas in the Liga Casildense, a regional league in Argentina, to be with his family.
“I left my hometown when I was a teenager,” Abraham said a few weeks ago.
“I’ve been a father for four and a half years and I’ve seen my son very little, especially since the pandemic started.
“Nothing can replace this time of watching your son grow up.”
Abraham returns to Argentina after a career in Europe that has seen him play for Nastic and Getafe in Spain, Basel in Switzerland and Hoffenheim and Frankfurt in Germany.