- Muntari has been training with Hearts of Oak the last few weeks.
- The veteran midfielder is on the verge of signing a one-year deal with the Phobians.
- Muntari had been without a club since 2019 when he left Spanish second-tier side Albacete.
Former Ghanaian midfielder Sulley Muntari was spotted at the Accra Sports Stadium watching Hearts of Oak take on King Faisal in the Ghana Premier League on Sunday.
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.
And during the Premier League game between Hearts of Oak and King Faisal on Sunday, Muntari was seen at the Accra sports stadium with captain Fatawu Mohammed who has been demoted to the junior team over breach of terms.
Reports suggest the 37-year-old is on the verge of signing a one-year deal with the Phobians in the ongoing transfer window with an official announcement expected in the coming days.
Muntari had been without a club since 2019 when he left Spanish second-tier side Albacete.
He started his career with Liberty Professionals in Ghana in 2001 before moving abroad to play for nine different clubs abroad.
Muntari has played for Udinese, Portsmouth, AC Milan, Sunderland, Pescara, Deportivo La Coruna and Inter Milan, where he won the UEFA Champions League and two Serie A titles.
He has won seven trophies in total, including the English FA Cup with Portsmouth.
Source: Sports Brief News