Sulley Muntari Brings His Football Career To A Close At Age 38

Previous Ghanaian midfielder and former Hearts of Oak player Sulley Muntari has officially announced his bid to retire from his long-standing football profession.

Suleyman Ali “Sulley” Muntari is a Ghanaian expert footballer who played for Ghana Premiere League side Hearts of Oak. During his experience with Internazionale, he assisted the team with winning the Champions League in 2009-10, as well as the Serie A title in 2008-09 and 2009-10.

The Champions League winner in 2010, additionally played for Inter Milan, AC Milan, and English Premier League clubs Portsmouth and Sunderland.

Speaking about his decision to step down from his football career, he said, “I only spent a short time with the neighborhood team, Hearts of Oak. I was asked to play by my son. After almost three years without playing, my kid asked me to go and play. I did it, but I’m finished now.”

During the latest talking point on his professional career path, the footballer revealed that he has retired from football and will not in the foreseeable future play for any team. He revealed that his primary objective presently is to help the neighborhood teams.

“I don’t want to play football again, although sometimes I have the urge to play. When I joined the league last year, I wanted to help the young ones. I had a good time with Hearts of Oak. I don’t want to play any club or team, locally or internationally”, Sulley Muntari indicated in an interview with celebrity blogger, Yaw Dollar.