Wesley Sneijder announces his retirement

Wesley Sneijder

Star footballer of Netherlands, Wesley Sneijder shared the news of his retirement. Before that, he sealed a business deal with Dutch Football club FC Utrecht.

Wesley Sneijder commented to Goal.com, “I have a lot of love for this city. Now I have quite playing, I want a nice place to share of experiences.”

The player has signed a contract with Utercht’s business partners and he will be to watch the team play from a private box in the upcoming season.

The 35 year old without a club after his 18-month deal with Qatari side Al-Gharafa came to an end.

Wesley Sneijder had begun his career in 2002 with Football club Ajax and later on in his career, he went on to represent Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Galatasaray S.K.

With Real Madrid, the player was able to win the LaLiga title in the 2007-08 season. He, later on, went on to become a star player for Inter Milan as he won the Serie A, Coppa Italica and Champions League with the team.

Source: DNA India




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