- Mohamed Sissoko has hanged his football boots at the age of 34
- The Malian star played for 14 clubs before he retired from the round leather game
- He played for Liverpool, Valencia, Juventus, PSG before he retired
Former Liverpool, Juventus and Paris-Saint-Germain super midfielder Mohammed Sissoko has announced his retirement from football at the age of 34.
Before ending his football career, the former Mali international played for a total of 14 clubs and also won the FA Cup with Liverpool.
Mohamed Sissoko played 87 games for Liverpool scoring one goal for the Reds before he left the Premier League side for Juventus in 2008.
Since the start of the 2019/20 season, Mohamed Sissoko failed to get a new club after playing for French Ligue 2 side Sochaux before he decided to quit.
He however won two Uefa Super Cups, Ligue 1 and La Liga titles, one FA Cup and the Uefa Europa League.
Despite being born in France, Sissoko committed his international future to his country of origin Mali and made his debut for the Eagles in 2004.
While playing for Mali national team, Mohammed Sissoko played 34 matches and scored two goals.
"If I am here this evening, it is to tell you that it is the end for me
"I stop my career. It is a decision really difficult to take and to say,'' Sissoko told French television channel RMC Sport.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Jamie Carragher expressed satisfaction towards the transformation at his former club under current manager Jurgen Klopp.
The Reds have been excellent since Jurgen Klopp took over at Anfield reaching the final of the Champions League twice where they lost one and won the other.
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