By Edmund Bobie
After a poor show at the World Cup with the Black Stars, Sulley Muntari says he will open up on the issues concerning his sack from the team’s camp at the right time.
Sulley Muntari who at the moment is on tour with Club side AC Milan told reporters he has put all the happenings at the World Cup behind him and is looking forward to competing with his club.
Muntari was axed from the Ghana camp after physically assaulting a member of the Ghana Football Association hours before Ghana’s final group game against Portugal.
The Ghana FA after the incident have suspended the player indefinitely together with his former Milan team mate, Kevin Prince Boateng, but the player says he loves his country and will never exchange with any.
"It’s my country. I love my country. I can never exchange any place with my country but there are certain things that I want to say but I’ll say them at the exact time, for now I don’t want to talk about it," he told reporters.
"AC Milan family is different, you can trust the Milan family. They give you all you want so you are ready to give your all at any point in time. It feels good and happy to be loved and to be back where you have peace".
Sulley will look to help Milan return back to winning ways after struggling in the Serie A last season, "we are dedicating everything to the league next season to put Milan back where it belongs".