The oldest football player in the world made a transfer at the age of 55

Kazuyoshi Miura will play football in the sixth decade of his life / photo: AFLO / Profimedia

The Japanese Kozuyoshi Miura is known as the oldest football player because at 55 years old he is still playing at a professional level and for now he has no intention of retiring.

Today Miura made a transfer and that in the ranks of the Portuguese second league, Oliveriense. It has been confirmed that Miura has passed the medical examinations and is arriving at this club as a loan player.

Oliveirense's goal is to finish among the best next season, so he will try to help.

Miura started his career back in 1982 in Shizuoka. Later, he spent eight years in Brazil, after which he returned to his homeland.

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