Sulley Muntari is a Ghana international football player who currently features for the Italian and European giants AC Milan. He plays as a defensive midfielder and is rated as one of the best players in Italy.
Muntari commenced his professional club football career with Italian club Udinese in 2002 and played for them for the following five years, scoring eight goals in 125 league appearances.
He then moved to Portsmouth, then in the Premier League, and had an impressive 2007-08 campaign, scoring four goals in 29 league matches. He won the FA Cup with Pompey that year.
Muntari moved back to Inter in 2008, this time to join Inter Milan. He proved to be an important asset for for the Nerazzurri and played a crucial role in their Serie A triumphs in 2009 and 2010 and Champions League success in 2009-10. Muntari also won the Coppa Italia in 2009-10, the Italian Super Cup in 2008 and 2010 and the FIFA World Cup in 2010.
However, Muntari struggled to play regularly for the San Siro outfit after Inter’s treble-winning season in 2009-10 and joined Sunderland on loan in 2011. He then moved to AC Milan in January 2012 again on loan and was signed on a permanent two-year contract in May of that year.
Muntari made his international debut for Ghana against Slovenia on May 17, 2002 and soon established himself as a first-team regular for the Black Stars. He has scored 18 goals in 75 international matches for his country so far.