Ghana Premier League giants Hearts of Oak have welcomed former Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari to the side ahead of the second round of the ongoing Ghanaian top-flight league.
The one-time UEFA Champions League winner has joined the Phobians until the end of the current campaign.
Muntari becomes Hearts of Oak’s third signing of the transfer window after defenders Konadu Yiadom and Dennis Korsah, having signed a teo-year deal with the club.
The 37-year-old has been training with side for the past weeks ahead of a possible move.
He was at the Accra Sports Stadium to give morale to his new club during their matchday 15 Ghana Premier League on Sunday — a game the Rainbow Boys won 1-0 courtesy Kwadjo Obeng Junior’s bullet strike.
The former Portsmouth enforcer could make his debut for the side when they play as guests to city rivals Accra Great Olympics on Sunday.
Muntari has played for nine different clubs since leaving boyhood club Liberty Professionals in 2001.
He started at Udinese and went on to play for giants Inter Milan and AC Milan. Muntari excelled at Portsmouth and had stints with Pescara, Deportivo La Coruna and Al-Ittihad Club in Saudi Arabia.
Muntari has won seven trophies, including the Champions League, two Serie A titles and the English FA Cup.