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Former Pompey man is unhappy at the San Siro.
The player’s agent Fabian Piveatu admits it’s been a tough few days and says there are no guarantees for his future at the club.
“Sulley has had a hard time in the last two weeks, but from next week the situation should stabilise,” Piveatu tells Goal Italia. “His future? Until 15 days ago he seemed unsellable. Now I don’t know. We have to evaluate everything in the next few months.” (Various)
Standing nearby with sweat trickling down his forehead and Draper Expert 190mm Knipex wire cutter in hand is ‘Arry Redknapp, who is agonising over whether to cut the metaphorical red wire or the blue one in order to buy more time to negotiate the purchase of Sulley Muntari from Internazionale (Guardian)
“Modric is a big loss, he gives the team that balance and he was playing out of his skin,” Roberts told Soccer Extra.
“I’ve been told there is now a big chance we’ll bring in either Martin Petrov or Sulley Muntari to replace him.
“We definitely need a left-sided player. I think David Bentley will go to Everton, and it will be Petrov or Muntari.
“Muntari was the big shout I was hearing over the weekend. (Graham Roberts – Sky Sports)
Well everything about this rumour kind of makes sense. Harry Redknapp is a big fan of Sulley Muntari and helped the Ghanaian improve his game immeasurably at Portsmouth before the talented midfielder moved to Inter Milan. Now Jose Mourinho appears to consider the 25 year old as not the definite starter he was last term and it’s made Sulley an unhappy man.
Tottenham could do with more central midfielders, something the Tottenham boss has commented on in recent weeks so a move for the £14m rated former Udinese man may well suit all concerned.