Former Ghana international Sulley Muntari wants to play for the Black Stars again

Former Ghana international Sulley Ali Muntari said he is willing to return to the national team if called to play.

The former AC and Inter Milan enforcer, wants to return to the horizon again with the Black Stars before he finally calls it a career in football.

Muntari, 37, signed to play for Accra Hearts of Oak during the second round of last season, and, helped the Phobians to retain the FA Cup trophy they won the season before.

His contract with the Phobians has run out, but, Muntari said, he will sign a new deal with the capital club ahead of next season, a campaign that will also see them play in the CAF Confederation Cup competition.

Muntari told Ghana Television on Monday that he will, willingly, play for the national team again even if “I am on clutches”.
Ghana, will play in the FIFA World Cup in Qatar later this year and, Muntari said he is hoping to be included in the squad for the tournament.

He was part of the Black Stars squad that played at the 2006, 2010 and 2014 editions in Germany, South Africa and Brazil respectively.

A return to the national team ahead of the next Mundial, will cap a successful campaign for Muntari who started playing in Ghana before going on to perform very well in Italy, England and Spain among others.

His decision to extend his stay with Hearts of Oak will be good news to the Phobians ahead of their campaign for next season.

Muntari will also look to build on his output of last season and, boost his chances of representing Ghana at international level again.

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