Ex-Black Stars midfielder, Sulley Muntari says returning to play football in Europe is no longer in his books.
Muntari, who won the UEFA Champions League with Inter Milan and the English FA Cup with Portsmouth, last played for former Ghana champions, Hearts of Oak.
The 38-year-old does not see himself returning to play abroad.
“The reason why I went [to Hearts of Oak] is because my son wanted to watch me play.
“After two games I failed to score and he said he won’t come [and watch me play] again.
“But I had a very good time with Hearts of Oak so it was very good.
“[To play] outside, 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.” Sulley Muntari told Dan Kwaku Yeboah TV