Ghana legend Sulley Ali Muntari has announced his decision to retire from football with immediate effect, he has confirmed.
In an interview with Dan Kwaku Yeboah TV, Muntari stated emphatically that he does not want to play football anymore.
“[To play] outside (Europe), no more, I don’t want to play football anymore. I only wanted to help the local league gain grounds because the local league gave us a lot when we were playing. So I wanted to give back to the local league”
“It’s not that I’m retired or not retired but I just don’t want to play [football], I’m tired but then with friends I train with them. If I decide to play, it will be the local league but it’s not my priority,”
Muntari capped 84 times for the Black Stars, scoring 20 goals between 2002 to 2014.