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- Ghana Premier League champions Hearts of Oak have announced the signing of legendary midfielder Sulley Muntari
- The former AC Milan and Inter Milan star joins the Phobians on a one-year deal after training with the club for the past few weeks
- Muntari joins the club after almost two years without a club since last playing for Spanish team Albacete Balompie
Ghanaian football giants, Hearts of Oak, have announced the signing of former AC Milan and Inter Milan star, Sulley Aliu Muntari.
The legendary Ghanaian midfielder penned a one-year deal with the 2000 CAF Champions League winners.
The 37-year-old is hoping to have one last dance in the sport before finally hanging his boots.
Muntari has been training with the club and was close to joining them last season but the deal fell through in the eleventh hour.
The ex-Black Stars player had an illustrious career in Europe, playing for Udinese, Portsmouth, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Albacete.
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The ex-AC Milan star has been training with the Phobians the last few weeks, sparking talks of a possible move to the defending champions.
This is the second time Muntari is training with Hearts of Oak after first training with the Accra-based club three years ago.
Former AC Milan player close to joining Hearts
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghana legend, Sulley Aliu Muntari, has reportedly signed for Ghanaian champions, Accra Hearts of Oak, after almost two years since he last played competitively.
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The 37-year-old, who has been training with the club for some time now, agreed to a one-year deal with the Phobians and will join the club till the rest of the season.
According to reports, Muntari will immediately join the Rainbow club as he relaunches his career in Ghana. Read more: