Sulley Muntari was spotted in the stands watching Hearts of Oak local derby against Accra Great Olympics on Wednesday.
The kick-off time for the game which was played under floodlight coincided with the time for the UEFA Champions League, however, lovers of the domestic including Sulley Muntari snubbed and premier European club football in favour of the Ghana Premier League.
Muntari and Kwabena Yeboah, the President of the Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG) posed for a photo at the stadium while watching the clash.
It is understood the former Inter Milan midfield enforcer was there to cheer up Hearts of Oak as they walloped Great Olympics 4-0.
Joseph Esso started the scoring in the opener before Benjamin Afutu registered a brace and Afriyie Barnie put the icing on the cake with the 4th goal.
Sulley got close to Hearts of Oak two years ago when he trained with the Phobians at the former Legon Ajax Park at a time he was unattached.
He left Spanish side Albacete Balompie in 2019 following the expiration of his short deal.
Muntari, who represented Ghana at three successive Fifa World Cup tournaments between 2006 and 2014, played for Liberty Professionals during his time on the domestic scene.