Former AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari says he is “really happy” at new club Al Ittihad but admits still keeping tabs on the Italian giants.
Before transferring to the Arabian outfit last year, the 31-year-old spent four seasons at San Siro between 2012 and 2015, making 70 league appearances for the Rossoneri.
“I am doing well and I am always keeping track of Milan,” Muntari told Milan Channel.
“I am really happy here in Saudi Arabia. Things are different here compared to Italy, but it’s all going really well and there are some good people here at the club.
“I’ve still got Milan in my heart. I think Milan this season are doing really well. They are in good shape, both physically and mentally.
“I can see the players giving their best and I think the season will end on a positive note, with the fans happy, because the team has a lot of ability.”
Muntari first joined Milan from city rivals Inter on loan, before a string of fine performances saw the former acquire his services on a permanent deal.
He previously plied his trade at English sides Sunderland and Portsmouth, as well as Serie A outfit Udinese.
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