Former AC Milan and Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari is playing for Ghanaian goliaths Hearts of Oak for FREE, according reports made by GHANAsoccernet.com
Muntari, 37, has lighten up the Ghanaian league since he joined the Phobians in February this year.
Nonetheless, Ghana’s leading football site, GHANAsoccernet.com reported that Muntari consented to play for his childhood club for FREE without a dime.
He told the Team Authorities emphatically that they can’t pay him but chose to offer his service to the Continental Masters for nothing in a remarkable gesture.
The ex-Portsmouth, Udinese and Milan midfielder has been excellent on his return and this has sparked thoroughly deliberation of his inclusion into the Black Stars for the 2022 World Cup playoff against the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
He had been without a club since leaving Spanish second-division side Albacete Balompie in 2019.
In any case, his phenomenal performance for Accra Hearts of Oak has placed him back on the radar and in contention for a call-up into the national team.
Muntari has gotten 20 goals in 84 appearances for the Black Stars, scoring in World Cup quarter-finals loss against Uruguay in 2010.
His choice to play for the former Africa champions without compensation is an unmistakable confirmation of his authentic love and backing for the club.