Mohammed Muntari claims his refusal to play for Ghana but rather Qatar isn’t financially motivated.
Mohammed Muntari remains firm in his decision to play for Qatar in the world cup.
Ghanaian born striker, Mohammed Muntari who plays in Qatar for Al-Duhail has revealed in an interview with 3sports that he switched camp to play for Qatar in the WORLD CUP because they love football, presumably more than Ghana.
Contrary to the belief that he did that because of money, the striker who has neutralised in Qatar asserted that it was not for money.
He said “It was never for financial reasons. We play football firstly because we love football and we want to take care of the people we want to take care of.”
“I wouldn’t say it was financial because, at the end of the day, I could have been playing for Black stars and still be earning much.”
Muntari added that he would still play for Qatar even if he was asked to reconsider his decision.
The 28-year old striker was born and raised in Kumasi until he was about 19 years old. He moved to Qatar and neutralised there in 2016 in order to play for Qatar youth side. Qatar would be playing against teams like.