Jackson was the great signing of Atlético in the summer of 2015, for just over 37 million euros. But he never adapted to the rojiblanco style and problems with injuries ended up pushing him away. In February 2016, he was packing again for China. He joined the ranks of the Guangzhou Evergrande but there he could not be the shadow of the lethal striker he became, again afflicted by physical problems. Jackson Martínez meditates on ending his sports career. The 33-year-old Colombian striker is currently active in Portuguese Portimonense, where he had regained feelings last season. In recent times, ankle problems have been chasing him. It happened to him at Atlético and later in China, where he could not exhibit his Porto level either due to joint problems. Portimonense returned him to Europe and in Portugal, last season, he once again felt like a footballer and useful for a modest team. He finished as the top scorer of the set with nine goals in 28 games, but until the emergence of the coronavirus, his feelings were not those of last season. “I have to think about my health. I cannot be wrong. I know that I am not one hundred percent to give what I would like. I will think about everything until the end of the season,” he explained a few days ago in an interview on Sport TV. From Portugal. Now it is O Jogo who gives more details of his future. According to the Portuguese newspaper, the striker would be seriously considering the possibility of leaving football at the end of the current season, already having on the table the option of going to work for Portimonense in some way.Jackson feels that he is not physically at his best again and that this would be influencing his records. He had only scored three goals in 18 games until the break. According to O Jogo, the striker and his family have adapted very well to their life in the Algarve, very integrated, and that is why it would be appreciated to maintain their residence there.