Former Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang Badu states he ‘d like to be a scout for Udinese in Africa.

Badu called time in his on his global career last week after failing to earn a call-up into the Ghana nationwide team for the previous 3 years.

The 30-year-old barely played over the previous year, having been hospitalised last summertime with a lung embolism – embolism in his lungs.

Nevertheless, the former FIFA U-20 winner states he will not necessarily play on for long and is currently considering his post-retirement options.

” Training is an alternative however I would enjoy to be a scout for a club. If I can be a scout for Udinese in Africa, it will be very fantastic,” he told Pleasure FM.

” I have a good relationship with the Udinese so I can speak with them and see how it goes. I understand a great deal of coaches in a great deal of clubs.”

” Training is my second choice. I am not ready to be a CEO of a club due to the fact that I do not have experience because level.”

Badu scored the winning sudden death penalty on 16 October 2009 in the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup Final against Brazil. The penalty made Ghana the very first African country to win the FIFA U-20 World Cup.