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13 Sep

Jeffrey Schlupp: I want to be a landlord after football

The 26-year-old is currently involved in real estate and plans to take it further when he announce his retirement from football.

Ghana international Jeffrey Schlupp has revealed that his dream is to become a landlord after ending his career professional football.
The Crystal Palace star is already into the business of real estate and land properties.
"I’m trying to set myself up for when football’s done," Schlupp told the club's official website.
"It’s not a secret: it doesn’t go on forever. At the minute I’m into properties."
"By the time I’m done, I’m trying to have a nice portfolio and manage that."
"I like to study about it and see what’s going on. I just try to keep myself to myself. Landlord Jeffrey!"
He was born in Germany to Ghanaian parents before moving to England at age 10.
Schlupp has made 72 appearances, scoring four times since for Crystal Palace since joining them from fellow English Premier League side Leicester City.
He has capped fifteen times for the senior national team of Ghana with a goal to his credit.
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