Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari turns attention to AC Milan after international suspension
By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Ghana international midfielder Sulley Muntari has shown his commitment to his club – AC Milan after he was sacked and suspended by the West Africans.
The 29-year-old, along with Schalke 04 star Kevin-Prince Boateng, were thrown out of Ghana’s World Cup camp hours before kick-off against Portugal in the final Group G game of the 2014 World Cup in Brasilia.
Muntari was accused of attacking and slapping a Ghana team official in Ghana’s camp and hours after his dismissal, the former Inter Milan star turned his attention to AC Milan who have rewarded him with a new one-year-contract, saying he is happy to return to Milan.
“I am happy to be back . Forza Milan,” he tweeted hours after he was dismissed.
Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah has said he has not shut the door to the face of the two players.
Schalke midfielder Kevin Boateng posted a picture of himself and Muntari with a post: “Friends for life…..#dontbelievethehype @sulleymuntari.”