Saudi club to make audacious Muntari offer

Published on: 05 July 2010

Saudi Arabian side Al Ittifaq Dammam are preparing to launch an audacious bid for the services of Ghanaian midfielder Sulley Muntari.

The Damman-based club is set to make an offer of US$20m as they open negotiations with Italian giants Inter Milan for Muntari. The player is rumoured to be interested in a move to Saudi Arabia even though the move will take him away from the limelight. Al Ittifaq, Prince Tagoe’s former club, are preparing to offer Muntari a huge four-year deal in order to snap him up as soon as possible.

The deal will double his current earnings at Inter Milan. The 25-year-old former Portsmouth player made 36 appearances for Inter Milan last season, but spent much of the campaign on the bench for the Treble winners.

Muntari is an energetic midfielder, capable of scoring spectacular goals, like his opener for Ghana against Uruguay in Friday's World Cup quarterfinal.

He is contracted to Inter Milan until 2013 and is valued at € 15M-20M.

Comments

  • bonso
    says: 9 years ago
    good 4 him, i think this lad was lucky to join inter milan and with the new boss from liverpool it will be very hard to get even reserve. better to change ur port now.
  • rass
    says: 9 years ago
    what ever he made history by winning tripple inlouding the champion league, no one cant take that from him... so who ever get problem with that can go to hell
  • notorious wiseman,sweden
    says: 9 years ago
    oh no, he cant be there , he should play in inter another season , cus he is still on form , he cant stay with light skin girls ohhhhhhhhhh please dont
  • saka
    says: 9 years ago
    who says Benitez will not want Muntari. Benitez, ferguson and Redknapp have been long time admirers of Muntari. But i can assure you that Sulley will not go to Saudi. So bonsu shut the str_repeat('*',strlen('fuck')) up and think about yourself and ur filthy mouth
  • abel avi
    says: 9 years ago
    sulley dont go. even though its a lucrative offer in the long run it will affect your offer. you are not that bad to play the 'retiring players league'. look for a club that you could earn more playing time and am sure you will bounce back
  • Harold
    says: 9 years ago
    Well i think its a good offer for him since he feels there is nothing more to achieve in football after winning the treble