The potential marriage between former Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari and South African giants Kaizer Chief has been sparked again with the Ghanaian set to make the move.
Sources in South Africa have revealed that the Ghanaian has hinted his readiness to join the Amakhosi with the right salary.
The experienced midfielder wants to return to the pitch since leaving Spanish side Albacete but the stumbling block has been his ages.
He was previously linked to fellow PSL side Maritzburg United but the deal fizzled out.
“Muntari is still keen to play in the PSL. He has always had a desire to play for Kaizer Chiefs,” a source is quoted by KickOff.com.
”There has been contact [with Chiefs] but nothing formal.”
Kaizer Chiefs, who are serving a FIFA transfer ban, will be free to register new players in the next transfer window.
Muntari won nine major titles during his time abroad, including the 2009/10 treble with Inter under Jose Mourinho.