Former Ghanaian midfielder, Sulley Ali Muntari has reportedly signed a one-year contract with Ghana Premier League side Accra Hearts of Oak.
The Accra based team is expected to make an official announcement of the historic signing in the coming days.
Sulley has been spotted training with the Phobians, sparking controversies on social media about his move to the club.
In 2020, while interacting with his fans on Instagram live, the midfielder revealed his love for Kotoko, but was quick to add that he wasn’t ruling out a move to Hearts of Oak either.
Muntari’s abilities first came to light in youth tournaments, while he was playing for Liberty Professionals youth team.
He became a regular member of the Ghana under-20 team at the age of 16 as they finished runners-up at the 2001 FIFA World Youth Championship in Argentina, losing out to the hosts in the final.
Despite impressing during a trial with Manchester United after the tournament, he ended up joining Italian club Udinese.
He later played for Portsmouth, Sunderland, AC Milan, Pescara, Deportivo La Coruna, Albacete and Internazionale (Inter Milan), where he won the Champions League.