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Inter midfielder set for White Hart Lane reunion

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Sulley Muntari hopes to leave Inter Milan, and a reunion with former boss Harry Redknapp at Tottenham looks on the cards

Rumors surrounding the player suggest he could be leaving the European Champions as soon as the January transfer window, with speculation suggesting a meeting is set to take place in the coming weeks to decide the Ghanaian's future at the San Siro.

Muntari's chief representative Frank Schreier told Sport.co.uk: “It could be that he will leave in the January transfer window, we have to arrange a meeting in the next few days in Milan to discuss his future, and then we will know the conditions of a transfer.

“There has been contact from the Premier League, but also in Spain. But for Sulley a return to England and the Premier League is definitely a possibility. I will not speak directly about the clubs involved, but it is the ones who have followed him previously.”

This statement from the player's representative has fueled rumors that the midfielder is set for a reunion with Harry Redknapp at Spurs.

Muntari previously worked under the Tottenham Hotspur manager at Portsmouth, when they won the FA Cup in 2008.

It is believed that this pre-existing relationship could make the north London club the front runners in signing the midfielder from his current Serie 'A' club.

If Muntari does leave Inter for White Hart Lane, it is believed he will cost Redknapp around £8 million, although as of yet the possibility of a loan has not been ruled out by Spurs or Inter.

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