Sulley Muntari is one of Ghana's top football players, as well as one of Africa's best. He began his football career in Ghana with the Liberty Professional Team in 2000, and at the age of 16, he was selected for the Ghana Under 20 team. He joined the Italian football club Udinese in 2001 and made his debut against Inter Milan in 2002.
Muntari left Udinese in 2007 and went on to play for a number of different clubs. During his active football days, he played for teams such as Portsmouth, Sunderland, Inter, Albacete, Milan, and others. During his time at Inter, he won the UEFA Champions League and the Italian serie A.
Sulley Muntari has also played with Ghana's national team, the Black Stars, in a number of international tournaments. He assisted Ghana in qualifying for the FIFA World Cup in 2006, scoring a goal in a game against the Czech Republic that Ghana won by two goals, and he also scored a goal in the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Sulley Muntari married Menyaye Donkor in 2010 and the couple have two children together. Sulley Muntari also owns a business that buys and sells cars in Italy, and because of his wealth, he owns some of the most luxurious cars and mansions that only wealthy footballers can afford.
These are some of his most expensive cars, as well as private jet and mansion.
Sulley Muntari sitting on one of his cars
Sulley Muntari inside of his mansions
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