Ghanaian International Sulley Muntari is reportedly eyeing a move to the South African Premier Soccer League according to South based agent.

Muntari, 35, became a free agent last year and has since remain clubless after terminating his loan spell with Spain second tier side Albacete in 2019 June.

The Ghanaian International knee return to football after a year of sideline but is only the PSL that Muntari has given priority after instructing agent Sipho Shaven to find him a club in South African top flight.

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“He has given me a mandate to talk to clubs in South Africa. He is very keen to play in the PSL next season”, Shaven told KickOff.

“I will be engaging with a few clubs in the next few days to see if there is a chance to bring him to South Africa next season.

“Remember, our league is well respected on the continent and a high-profile player will not turn down an opportunity to play in the PSL.

“He is currently training with Liberty in his home country to keep himself fit. He is a free agent.”

After declaring the PSL as his next possible destination puts Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates on red alert to make a move for the former Portsmouth star.

With African club football knee on becoming more competitive after the coronavirus pandemic, Premier Soccer League clubs knee on reinforcements for next season’s campaign and could grab the former Inter Milan midfielder.

For Chiefs, they have made a big statement in ending their 5-year PSL title drought, leading this season’s table with 48 points and could return to the CAF Champions League.

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Their boss Ernst Middendorp would have been no exception to bolster his squad for Chiefs’ next African journey. However, they are prevented from signing new players after been hit with two window transfer ban from FIFA over the signing of Madagascan midfielder ‘Dax’ Andrianarimanana in July 2018.

And to go by this means the Glamour Boys would miss out on the opportunity to land Muntari this summer.

Meanwhile, Pitso Mosimane has already begun his summer transfer activities and appears the favorite to lure the 35-year old Ghana International to the PSL.

The Brazilians’ chance could further be enhanced by Mosimane’s desire to lift the CAF Champions League title next season where the boss could force Muntari’s transfer.

Orlando Pirates is another PSL side that could offer Muntari a life in the PSL but the direction of the club has been distorted at the go which makes the Bucs a little bit disorganized to bring in big players including Munatri.

Third placed SuperSport United and Maritzburg Unite- who still have to chance to secure CAF Inter Club football next season  are among PSL sides also linked with Muntari but of all those clubs Mamelodi Sundowns look favorites to secure the signature of the former Black Stars midfielder.


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