The Hearts of Oak board member confirmed to Saddick Adams on Angel FM that the Phobians have been interested in signing the Ghanaian international in the last two years but the final decision is resting on the player.
Nyaho Tamakloe told Angel FM, “For the past two years, Hearts of Oak have been telling Sulley Ali Muntari that we’ve reserved a jersey for him. Anytime he’s ready to play, he knows what to do”.
The rainbow club has in recent times being linked with a move for the UEFA Champions League winner who turned free agent after ending ties with Spanish lower-tier side, Albacete.
The Phobians shot down recent media report suggesting that the former AC Milan player has signed a two-year deal with Ghanaian giants.