Muntari completes short-term move to Deportivo La Coruna
Former Ghana international Sulley Muntari has earned a four-month loan move to Spanish outfit Deportivo La Coruna after impressing on trials.
Muntari’s deal with the club runs until the end of the season and he is expected to bring his wealth of experience on board as the Galatian club fight to escape relegation.
According to reports in Spain, Muntari's AC Milan teammate, who is now head coach of Deportivo, Clarence Seedorf, played a huge role in the deal.
Deportivo becomes the 33-year old's eighth club since his professional debut in 2002. He has represented Udinese, Inter Milan, Portsmouth Sunderland, AC Milan, Pescara and Al Ittihad.
However, the highest point was with Inter where won the UEFA Champions League in 2010.
Last year, while at Pescara, he was the subject of racial abuse from fans of Cagliari during a league match.
He was yellow carded for complaining to the referee and the incident led to a larger conversation that involved FIFPro and other concerned parties.