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English side Hull City target shock swoop for AC Milan's Ghanaian star Sulley Muntari

Posted On Tuesday, 21st January 2014
Sulley Muntari

Sulley Muntari

Hull City manager Steve Bruce wants to strengthen his midfield and has targeted a £3.9m swoop for Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari.

Bruce will be seeking to reunite with the Ghana international after both worked together at Sunderland three seasons ago, several newspapers in the UK have reported.

The future of Muntari at AC Milan has been speculated following the sacking of coach Massimiliano Allegri last week.

The 29-year-old, who joined AC on a free from bitter San Siro rivals Inter 18 months ago, was an automatic choice under Allegri.

But he faces uncertain future under new boss Clarence Seedorf as the Ghanaian was suspended for Milan’s 1-0 win over Verona on Sunday night.

Accroding the the Daily Mirror a source revealed: “AC would ideally like to off load Muntari this month. If they don’t cash-in on him now, they will lose him for nothing when his contract runs out in the summer.

“He was close to Allegri and one of the former coach’s key players in the team. But that is no longer the case, and it appears his days at the San Siro are numbered.

“Sulley would welcome a return to England and the chance to work with Steve Bruce again.

“Bruce took him on loan from Inter when he was in charge at Sunderland three years ago, and Muntari has a big respect for the Hull manager.”

Muntari had one season in the Premier League with Pompey and helped them win the FA Cup six years ago before leaving Fratton Park in a £12.7m switch to Inter in July 2008.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. skilful says:

    its a lie. Muntari was suspended for Milan’s last 3 games and he is even injured. Muntari is here in Ghana and will be living to Italy 2day. He can be linked to a team but dont site that reason for that rumour. thanx

  2. tbdarko says:

    This is very sad! how can u write such a false article just like that. So were u guys not aware that he picked up a red card so he was suspended? Ohh Ghanasoccernet! Oo Ooo shame on you.

    • Ray Charles says:

      5th paragraph dude..

      • tbdarko says:

        This is not the article that was published. They must have changed it. I know what i read. Ghsoccernet is known for doing that. They will quickly change an article once they know they made a mistake

        • milky says:

          this is the original article – they changed it. WTF
          Hull City manager Steve Bruce wants to strengthen his midfield and has targeted a £3.9m swoop for Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari.

          Bruce will be seeking to reunite with the Ghana international after both worked together at Sunderland three seasons ago.

          The future of Muntari at AC Milan has been speculated following the sacking of coach Massimiliano Allegri last week.

          The 29-year-old, who joined AC on a free from bitter San Siro rivals Inter 18 months ago, was an automatic choice under Allegri.

          But he was instantly axed and dumped on the bench by new boss Clarence Seedorf for Milan’s 1-0 win over Verona on Sunday night.

          And a source revealed: “AC would ideally like to off load Muntari this month. If they don’t cash-in on him now, they will lose him for nothing when his contract runs out in the summer.

          “He was close to Allegri and one of the former coach’s key players in the team. But that is no longer the case, and it appears his days at the San Siro are numbered.

          “Sulley would welcome a return to England and the chance to work with Steve Bruce again.

          “Bruce took him on loan from Inter when he was in charge at Sunderland three years ago, and Muntari has a big respect for the Hull manager.”

          Muntari had one season in the Premier League with Pompey and helped them win the FA Cup six years ago before leaving Fratton Park in a £12.7m switch to Inter in July 2008.





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