Newly-signed FC Tambov midfielder Muniru Sulley has disclosed that the lure of playing in the same league long-time friends Rabiu Mohammed and Aziz Tetteh played a major role in his move to the Russian Premier League outfit.
On Tuesday, Ghana's leading football portal, GHANASoccernet.com exclusively reported that the attacking midfielder has penned a one-year contract with an option for another year.
Sulley signed for newly-promoted Russian Premier League side just hours after parting ways with Belarusian side FC Dinamo Minsk.
“Al-Hamdu le-Llyah. Allah has brought us together. Abdul-Aziz Tetteh and Mohammed Rabiu, I follow you. Tambov is the next stop! Russian League," wrote Muniru on Instagram.
FC Tambov is his sixth European club after previously representing Romanian duo CFR Cluj and Steaua Bucuresti; Portuguese side Tondela, Turkish Super Lig side Yeni Malatyaspor and FC Dinamo Minsk.
He is the younger brother of Albacete midfielder Sally Muntari, who previously played for Milan and Inter.