Ghanaian midfielder Suleyman ‘Sulley’ Muntari might not realise his wish to further his career in the PSL if his salary demands are anything to go by, according to a source in the know.
As reported in edition 1194 of Soccer Laduma, the experienced Ghanaian’s name has made it into the wish-lists of both Kaizer Chiefs and Cape Town City, as confirmed by a well-placed source, after the 35-year-old recently spoke about his wish to further his career in Mzansi as he seeks the next move in his professional career.
The player’s South African-based representatives have spent the last few weeks assessing options, with the former AC Milan player believed to have his sights on a move to Amakhosi, though at this stage coach Gavin Hunt will be unable to add players to his squad due to the FIFA transfer ban appeal that the club is still waiting for.
“There’s a problem regarding Muntari’s proposed PSL move. The player’s demands are too high for the local market,’’ said the source.
Muntari was last on the books of Albacete in Spain, and as revealed by the source, the experienced player is looking for around R15 million per annum in his next deal.
“The guy is demanding around R15 million per annum. The clubs that his representatives have spoken to so far in the PSL have pulled out because of the player’s salary demands,” the source added.
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