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Hi Guys

Welcome to my new official website, which I hope will give you all a chance to learn more about me, through latest news, videos, a forum and much more.

I will also be playing video games online and inviting you to join in, so watch this space!

It has been a busy few months, and not just because of launching this website! After a great summer break, when I was able to spend a lot of time with my family, I started the season by playing with my national side Ghana.

It is always a magical feeling when I put on the Black Stars shirt, and I am always filled with so much pride whenever I represent my country.

I moved on to pre-season training with Inter Milan, which was very intense but I quickly got back into the groove of things. It has been great to train again with my team mates. Many of them I hadn’t seen for over six months after my loan at Sunderland, but it was like I had never been away.

There were a lot of talks during the transfer window regarding clubs coming in for me, but I have decided that the place I want to be is Inter Milan. I want to prove myself as a player here and give everything I can for the team and the great fans.

I am now settled in a new apartment in Milan and finally have a place I can call home. My wife Menaye and i are very happy about this, after spending months living in hotels!

OK I think I said enough for my first blog. Thank you for visiting my site, I will keep updating regularly with all my latest news.

Meanwhile, I will be giving 110% this season both at Inter and my beloved Ghana.

Latest Headlines

Sulley Muntari released by AC Milan as contract cancelled with year left to run

Sulley Muntari has been released from his AC Milan contract by mutual consent, allowing him to find a new club this summer. Muntari, 30, signed a new two-year deal last summer but made only 16 Serie A appearances for the Rossoneri last season. Click here to read the full article on espnfc.co.uk ...

Sulley Muntari talks Milan, racism and car mechanics

AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari talks about his life in Italy, dealing with racism and his passion for fixing cars. The Ghanaian, who had spells in England with Portsmouth and Sunderland, is one of an elite few to have played for both AC and Inter Milan and he is enjoying his time in the city. Click here to read the full article on BBC Sport ...


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