Former Ghanaian youth International, Kwame Boahene has shockingly called time on his football career as the age of 28.
Reports say the Former Asante Kotoko and Medeama SC midfielder has decided to quit active football due to personal reasons.
Boahene is currently in Holland pursuing his interest at a different profession in the European country as settles into a new life away from football.
The 28-year-old versatile midfielder has been without a club since 2019 following the expiration of his three-year stint at Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko.
Boahene, regarded by many as one of the best midfielders of his generation, shot to fame in Ghana when he broke through from the Liberty Professionals Academy about a decade ago.
His steller performances for the Dansoman based club caught the attention Ghana Premier League side Medeama SC who secured his services before eventually transferring him to Asante Kotoko in 2016 in a deal worth Gh¢95,000.
His time with Asante Kotoko saw him clinche the 2017 MTN FA Cup after whipping their arch rivals Hearts of Oak 3-0 in the finals staged at the Tamale Sports Stadium.
Boahene was part of the Ghana U20 team that won silver medal at the 2013 Africa U20 Cup of Nations and bronze medal at the FIFA U20 World Cup held in Turkey.
He also featured for the Black Stars B team under current Black Stars Assistant Coach Maxwell Konadu.