Inter Milan’s Sulley Muntari is longing to play alongside Chelsea’s Michael Essien and is hoping that San Siro is the place that the two Ghanaians can play together.
The 24-year old former Udinese star joined the Nerazzurri side during the summer from Portsmouth.
Muntari has settled well into Jose Mourinho’s side scoring two vital goals for the Italian giants in the last two Serie A encounters against Juventus and Napoli.
“Michael Essien is like a brother to me,” Muntari told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“When Inter made their interest known, he called me up and said I should accept without any fears, as I would find a great coach in [José] Mourinho.
“Would I like to play alongside him? I already do that in the national side, but hopefully he will move here too.”