Hearts of Oak made a new contract offer to Ghanaian player Sulley Muntari, but he declined it.
The former midfielder for AC Milan has been held onto by Accra Hearts of Oak with tenacity.
After declining a new contract offer from Ghanaian powerhouses Hearts of Oak, Sulley Muntari is “open” to a transfer.
After his one-year contract expired, Muntari, 37, is now a free agent.
The predicament has sparked considerable media speculation that he may be headed to bitter rivals Asante Kotoko.
After making a comeback to the domestic stage, Muntari’s standing in the Ghana Premier League has improved.
When they won the FA Cup last season, he was the team’s motivating factor.
In 84 games for the Black Stars, the 37-year-old scored 20 goals, including one in his country’s 2010 World Cup quarterfinal loss to Uruguay.
With Italian powerhouse Inter Milan, the former central midfielder for Portsmouth, Udinese, and Milan won the 2009–10 Champions League.
Since leaving Spanish second-division team Albacete Balompie in 2019, he has been without a club before joining Hearts of Oak.