Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari has revealed his intention to invest in Women’s football.
Women’s Football in the country have been left under the perking order and preferences from the football fraternity.
Authorities in the division (Women’s Football) have always poured out their frustrations in what they deem as neglect.
Muntari wants to support the game in the women’s division having observed for some time.
“I am planning to support the Women’s Football, is part of my plans and I am trying to get in touch with the Ghana FA for that,” he said on the Mcbrown’s Kitchen show on UTV.
“I want to invest in the Women’s game, I have thought of that for a long time and I will do that.
“They always complain of neglect and I really feel for them. Now the Women’s game is really growing especially in Europe and the other part of the World.”
The 36-year-old is currently in search of a new Club and has been linked to South African side Maritzburg United.