English sides Hull and West Ham will have to fork out $5m if they are to land the highly-rated AC Milan's Ghanaian midfielder Sulley Muntari this summer.
The former Pompey man is entering the final year of his San Siro contract and will therefore be available for a knockdown price, claims a UK newspaper.
Muntari will be offered to clubs after becoming a casualty of AC Milan’s shake-up.
The Ghana midfielder had one season in English football with Portsmouth six years ago and helped them win the FA Cup.
He also caught the eye during a loan spell under Steve Bruce at Sunderland in 2011 - and is up for a Premier League return.
Muntari, 29, will be available at a knockdown price with just 12 months left on his San Siro deal.
Bruce wanted Muntari to bolster his engine room in January before a deal collapsed.
But the Tigers chief will renew his interest and will join West Ham in the race for his signature.