Ex-Sunderland, Portsmouth and AC Milan steamroller Sulley Muntari has completed a move to Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak, according to Ghanaian online portal GHANAsoccernet.com.
Muntari, 35, trained with the Rainbow Club in 2018 summer and dashed each player of the club USD$100.
The enigmatic midfielder, who is capped 84 times by his nation, and won the English FA Cup with Portsmouth in the 2007/08 season has reportedly agreed to play for the league giants.
Hearts of Oak fans across the country and the world have welcomed the news and expect to see the former UEFA Champions League winner in action soon.
Muntari won the 2009/10 UEFA Champions League title with Jose Mourinho at Inter Milan.
2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup Ghana captain Stephen Appiah also played for Hearts of Oak before moving to Europe.
Other top players who have featured for Hearts include Laryea Kingston formerly of Heart of Midlothian as well as Schalke O4 former midfielder Anthony Annan.
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