Francesco Totti may have only retired at the end of last season reluctantly, but his reputation as one of the game's biggest legends will never diminish.
A video has emerged on Twitter today showcasing exactly how slick an individual he is, as he was tasked with passing a ball from a yacht that he was on with his family, to another boat that was a distance away.
He took it on the volley, and it was ridiculously precise.
Nothing to see here, only Totti doing a perfect volley pass from boat to boat pic.twitter.com/Frm1ks8O0K
— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) August 16, 2017
Enjoying his retirement then. Well deserved too.
The 40 year old joined Roma, where he is now a director, in 1992 and made over 600 appearances for club scoring over 250 goals.
Although throughout his professional career he had plenty of offers to leave the club, (Real Madrid were particularly keen) the Roman native went with his heart and stuck with his hometown club.
Some may say he paid a price for staying at Roma, as he only won the Serie A title once, but it would not have meant as much if he was winning title after title with Real Madrid, and staying at Roma probably allowed him to continue playing until he was 40.
Even if he only won one league title, Totti was a key part in the Italian side that won the World Cup in 2006 in Germany, not many players can say they have a World Cup medal.