Ghana Midfielder Sulley Muntari Offered Four-Month Deal By Deportivo

Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari has been offered a four-month contract with Spanish side Deportivo La Coruna with the option for a further one year.

The report confirms Ghanasoccernet.com’s exclusive report last week that the enforcer had been offered a contract after impressing while on trial with the club.

Now details of the offer has been revealed by an Italian website with Gianluca Di Marzio saying the Ghana star will sign a contract with struggling club until the endof the season.

Depending on the team’s finish on the league table and his performance Muntari during his four-month stay he will be offered a permanent one-year contract Depor.

Muntari has been boosted by news of his good performance after being assessed by the Spanish La Liga outfit

The former AC Milan and Portsmouth star convinced his former team-mate Clarence Seedorf who was recently appointed manager of the side.

Muntari has been available on a free transfer since last July when his contract with then Serie A side Pescara run out.

He hogged the headlines after storming off the pitch after suffering racial abuse from the stands.

Muntari has worth of experience having played for Udinese, Inter Milan and Saudi giants Al Ittihad too.

The Ghana star is a free agent and can therefore be signed immediately, despite the transfer window being closed.

Muntari, who played 84 times for Ghana before his axing from the squad after the 2014 World Cup, is most famous in Italy after playing for Udinese, Inter and Pescara.

He won the Champions League at Inter Milan with two league titles under his belt after playing for English sides Portsmouth and Sunderland.

Deportivo are second from bottom in La Liga and have lost both matches under Seedorf.

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