Italian giants AC Milan have made a shock move for Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari, the media in Italy has reported extensively.
According to the reports, the deal will be sealed in June when his contract with Inter Milan expires.
As he will be moving on a free transfer, Muntari is expected to be on a bumper salary as the club would have spent no amount in signing him.
Off contract in the summer, Sky Italia says Milan have struck personal terms with the Ghana international about the Bosman move in June.
Muntari was played a bit part role in the Inter Milan set up which won the treble-Serie A, Coppa Italia and the Uefa Champions League-in 2010.
The 27-year-old has made only three appearances for the Nerazzurri this season and will be away in January at the Africa Cup of Nations.
Milan may even bring forward their plans to sign the Ghanaian this month, depending on how veteran Gennaro Gattuso’s recovery goes in the coming weeks.
Muntari will be the third Ghanaian at AC Milan if he joins the club after Kevin Prince Boateng and Kingsley Boateng.