Former Inter Milan star Sulley Muntari is on the verge of completing a two-year deal with Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak.
The 35-year-old footballer has been training with the never say die club for sometime now after he ended his stint with Spanish lower side Albacete, where he lacked playing time.
Muntari’s move to Hearts of Oak will be a major boost for the club as well as the fans as he comes on board with a vast level of experience.
Before leaving the shores of Ghana as a teenager to Udinese in the Italian Serie A, Muntari played for Liberty Professionals in the Ghana Premier League.
He has won several trophies in Europe, famous of all is the biggest trophy in club football, The UEFA Champions League with José Mourinho’s historic Inter Milan side.
Muntari was also a key member of that famous Portsmouth team that won the 2008 FA Cup. His all important win in that semi-final game against Manchester United will be remembered by many fans of the Pompey Boys.
Hearts of Oak were languishing in 9th place in the Ghana Premier League before football came to a halt.
It will be interesting to see how it pans out in the next couple of days.