Stars Abroad

Sulley Muntari has reportedly been training away from the rest of the Albecete squad to boost his fitness ahead of his maiden debut against Zarazoga on Saturday, February 16. 

The Ghana international has not featured in competitive football since April 28, 2018, when he played for Deportivo La Coruna in their 4-2 deficit to Barcelona in the La Liga fixture. 

Muntari is said to have been given a personal fitness coach to work on him so he can quickly join his new teammates.

If he is passed fit, he could be named in the squad to face Real Zaragoza on Saturday.

Muntari joined Albecete, who play in the Spanish second-tier, for the rest of the 2018/19 season on a free transfer.

He joins the club with his rich experience having played for Udinese, Portsmouth, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Sunderland, Ittihad and Pescara.

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