Ghana Premier League legend, Charles Taylor has made it known that he has not retired from professional football and would welcome the opportunity to play for a club in Saudi Arabia.
Taylor’s last club appearance was in 2014 when he joined Berekum Chelsea in the Ghana Premier League.
Despite being without a club for nearly a decade, the experienced player has no intentions of hanging up his boots just yet.
In contrast to Asamoah Gyan, who recently announced his retirement from football, Taylor emphasized that he is still active and eager to return to the field.
At 41 years old, Taylor believes he still possesses the necessary skills to compete in football, although he prefers a move to Saudi Arabia rather than playing in the Ghana Premier League.
“Asamoah Gyan has retired but the rest like myself, we haven’t retired. If I have retired, I would have said it,” Charles Taylor said on Angel Sports.
He told the host, “I still have what it takes to play for two hours. These days we don’t play football with strength, we use the head. But I won’t play in the Ghana league, if I get a team in Saudi Arabia I will join.”
As a former player for Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak, Taylor’s illustrious career includes winning five Ghana Premier League titles, as well as the CAF Champions League and Super Cup.