Muniru Sulley is rearing to make his official debut for FC Tambov in the Russian Premier League but according to reports, the former will have to wait a little longer.
The former Steau Bucuresti man was hoping to play his first match this Sunday but due to work permit issues, he will have to hold off making his first appearance for the Russian club.
The Ghanaian youth star joined the newly promoted side on a free transfer after terminating his contract with Belarusian side FC Dinamo Minsk.
But Tambov could not process his documents in time to get him available for selection against Zenit St Petersburg.
Sulley is ready to play in his fifth European league after stints in Romania (CFR Cluj and Steaua Bucuresti) Tondela (Portugal), Yeni Malatyaspor (Turkey) and FC Dinamo Minsk (Belarus).
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