Former Juventus player Asamoah announces retirement to start football agent career

2022-10-06 17:52

Former Juventus player Asamoah announces retirement to start football agent career


After being out of work for a year, former Juventus, Inter Milan, and Cagliari midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah announced his retirement from professional football and started a new chapter as a football agent.


Kwadwo Asamoah, 33, started his Serie A career in January 2008. At that time, the Ghana midfielder joined Turin from Bellinzona on loan and then moved to Udinese. After playing for Udinese for 4 years, Asamoah joined Juventus for 18 million euros.


Asamoah spent 6 years at Juventus and has 13 titles, including 6 Serie A titles, 4 Coppa Italia, and 3 Italian Super Cups. In July 2018, he joined Inter Milan as a free agent but was terminated early by the club due to injuries.


In February 2021, Asamoah, who has been out of work for a long time, was signed by Cagliari and spent the last half of his career there.


According to statistics, Asamoah is the African player with the most appearances in Serie A history - 279 times, during which he scored 12 goals and sent 24 assists.


As for the national team, Asamoah has been the main member of the Ghana team for 10 years. He has participated in 4 African Cups and 2 World Cups with the team, making 74 appearances, scoring 4 goals, and providing 11 assists.