Italian Serie A champions AC Milan have signed Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari from city rivals Inter Milan.
The move will come as a shock to many, who felt Muntari was spent. However, his close friends in Ghana have told SuperSport.com that Milan’s push for the midfielder has been on the cards for well over a month. No fees were mentioned for the deal.
Apparently, coach Max Allegri has wanted a player of Muntari’s style, but has been waiting to see how he will perform in active sessions. Reports say following two games at the African Cup against Botswana and Mali, Allegri was convinced that getting a deep lying playmaker now before the transfer window slams shut tonight to boost their options will be best.
The player has had a tough time for Inter and he was widely expected to join Milan at the season’s end. However, Matt Barker earlier reported that Milan wanted to secure the services of the .
Sulley is expected to feature for Ghana against Guinea in Group D of the ongoing African Cup

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