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- Fans of Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak have reacted to the capture of Sulley Muntari in the transfer window
- The former AC Milan and Inter Milan star joined the Phobians on a year deal after two years of being inactive
- The 2010 UEFA Champions League winner is looking to give football a last dance before hanging his boots
Sulley Muntari's arrival at Hearts of Oak has been greeted with the greatest excitement by fans of the Ghana Premier League champions.
The 37-year-old was officially announced as a player of the club on Tuesday after signing a one-year deal with the Phobians.
Fans of the club took to social media to express their delight, with some insisting he will bring Diego Milito and Wesley Sneijder to the team.
"Sulley Muntari will bring Diego Milito and Wesley Sneijder to Ghana," said a Hearts of Oak fan by the name Abass.
Owuraku Ampofo wrote:
Amongst the active Black Stars players currently, only Andre Ayew has more international goals than Sulley Muntari (20). The former AC and Inter Milan midfielder joins Hearts of Oak.
Isaac Asempa added:
Sulley Muntari, welcome to the biggest team in Ghana, Accra Hearts of Oak!
Michael Oti Adjei wrote:
Well well. Sulley Muntari to Hearts of Oak. Big catch.
Hearts of Oak SC Fans on Twitter posted:
Enock Amoh wrote:
Welcome home legend Sulley Muntari
Amankom Dehye on Twitter added:
the only team in Ghana who has currently the uefa champions league winner and the caf champions league winner...and a player who has scored in a world cup match...OH YES!!!...this is us ....PHOOOOBIA
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The legendary Ghanaian midfielder penned a one-year deal with the 2000 CAF Champions League winners.
In a lovely video to announce his arrival, the Phobians went back to pick one of his best goals which came in the game against Uruguay at the 2010 World Cup.