Inter Milan Transfer Rumors: Sulley Muntari Premier League Bound Again?

Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham are both in for Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari, who spent the last half of the 2010/11 season on loan to Sunderland but failed to impress enough to earn a permanent move. According to his agent, Claudio Mossio, Muntari wants a return to the Premier League - and London in particular.

Tottenham and Fulham are several of the Premier League teams that are interested in Muntari. But right now his destination is not unclear. The situation must be resolved as soon as possible because the transfer market ends tomorrow.

Muntari wants to play in the Premier League. He really likes that tournament and his family would be very happy in London.

With Tottenham apparently on the verge of buying Scott Parker and retaining Luka Modric, they'd have less need of the Ghanaian than Fulham would. That doesn't mean they aren't in the picture for him, of course, but if a team was going to win that particular auction, I'd put my money on the Cottagers.

For more on Fulham and Spurs rumours, visit Cottagers Confidential and Cartilage Free Captain respectively.

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