As expected, Inter midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari has completed his loan switch to Sunderland.
The Ghana international had been in negotiations for several days and put pen to paper on Saturday afternoon.
Sunderland announced the move on their official website and “he will not figure against Chelsea on Tuesday, but should be available for next Saturday's trip to Stoke.”
Muntari had been increasingly squeezed out of the Nerazzurri side, especially after showing his irritation at a substitution earlier this month.
He won the Treble with Inter last season, the Club World Cup and Italian Super Cup.
It is a return to the Premier League for the man who played for Portsmouth in 2007-08.
Muntari also reunites with former Udinese teammate Asamoah Gyan.
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