Former Holland international Clarence Seedorf has converted to Islam, according to his Instagram account. The former Ajax, Real Madrid and AC Milan star, who has won the Champions League four times, says it was his wife who converted him to Islam and taught him Islam.
Clarence Seedorf: Former Dutch footballer converts to Islam
In a message posted on his Instagram account confirming his conversion, Seedorf expressed his gratitude to his wife and to those who sent him messages of joy at his conversion. “I am very happy and excited to be with all the brothers and sisters around the world, especially my dear Sophia who has taught me the meaning of Islam,” Seedorf said on his Instagram page.
But the former superstar said he would not change his name, although he converted to Islam saying he would continue to use his name Clarence Seedorf. “I have not changed my name and will continue to use what Clarence Seedorf called me!”
His wife, Sophia Makramati, is of Canadian descent and spent two years in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. She expressed her happiness on Instagram and the role she played in converting Seedorf to Islam. “I am very happy and proud to be in this important moment of my love for Clarence Seedorf into the Muslim world,” she said.
More than 34,000 people commented on Seedorf’s message on Instagram while 376,000 people liked the message. Seedorf is one of the most prolific footballers in the world, speaking Dutch, English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Tongo. The former striker won the Champions League at Ajax in 1995 and Real Madrid in 1998 and 2003 and 2007 at AC Milan.
He also won La Liga at Real Madrid in 1997 and two Serie A titles at AC Milan in 2004 and 2011. He coached the Cameroon national team before being sacked after the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
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