Former Ghana youth star Ransford Osei has retired at the age of 30.
The striker called it a quit from the game to embark on new adventure.
Osei has endured a tortuous career since shooting to the limelight in 2007.
The forward who had a stint with Kotoko could not blossom after his fine output at the 2007 FIFA U17 World Cup where he won the silver ball award as the second top scorer of the competition.
He however went on to play a big part in Ghana’s 2009 U20 history making team in Egypt where the team became the first African side to win the FIFA U20 World Cup.
Fast forward, the player’s time at FC Twente, Granada, Bloemfontein Celtic, Polokwane City and RoPS were fruitless.
He last played for Lithuanian side Palanga and has since remained Clubless after leaving the Club in 2018.