Former Ghana international Sulley Muntari has reportedly joined Hearts of Oak.
Muntari was spotted training with the Ghanaian champions last week and it is said he has signed a one-year deal.
The 37-year-old has been without a club since 2019 when he left Spanish second-tier side Albacete.
It is not the first time Muntari has been in close contact with Hearts of Oak. In 2018, it was reported that an agreement had been reached between Muntari and the club, but it turned out to be false as the former Black Stars midfielder secured a move abroad.
Muntari has played for nine different clubs since leaving boyhood club Liberty Professionals in 2001.
He started at Udinese and went on to play for giants Inter Milan and AC Milan. Muntari excelled at Portsmouth and had stints with Pescara, Deportivo La Coruna and Al-Ittihad Club in Saudi Arabia.
Muntari has won seven trophies, including the Champions League, two Serie A titles and the English FA Cup.