Netherlands` star footballer Wesley Sneijder has announced his retirement from football after arranging a business deal with Dutch football club FC Utrecht.
“I have a lot of love for this city. Now that I`ve quit playing, I want a nice place to share my experiences,” Goal.com quoted Sneijder as saying.
The player has marked an agreement with Utrecht’s business partners and he will probably watch the group play from a private box in the upcoming season.
The 35-year-old has been without a club since his 18-month manage Qatari side Al-Gharafa arrived at an end.
Sneijder had started his vocation in 2002 with football club Ajax and later on in his profession, he proceeded to speak to Real Madrid, Inter Milan, and Galatasaray S.K.With Real Madrid, the player had the option to win the La Liga title in the 2007-08 season.
He, later on, proceeded to turn into a headliner for Inter Milan as he won the Serie A, Coppa Italica and Champions League with the group.
The midfielder was also instrumental in Netherlands` World Cup campaign in 2010.
The team had made it to the finals and they were defeated by Spain 1-0 in the summit clash. Sneijder represented the Dutch 134 times from 2003 to 2018, and as a result, he became the most capped Netherlands player of all time.