Sulley Muntari says he hasn’t retired and is therefore looking forward to getting an opportunity to feature for the Black Stars again.
Muntari, 33 years is currently unattached after his one year loan spell with Deportivio La Coruna in the Spanish Liga run out.
he former Inter Milan and AC Milan midfielder, who last played for the Black Stars in the 2014 FIFA World Cup is eyeing a return to the team.
“So far as I have not retired from football and still capable of playing the beautiful game, I would always love to be in the white jersey again if am given the opportunity,” he stated.
“so yes definitely, if I start playing, I would love to come back and play for the Stars”.
Sulley Muntari was part of the Black Stars team that played in the 2006 and the 2010 FIFA World Cups in Germany and South Africa respectively.
Muntari also represented Ghana in the 2014 FIFA World Cup, yet he was sent packing from the tournament alongside, Kevin-Prince Boateng for indecent prior to the Black Stars final group game against Portugal.