Muntari has spoken of his delight after he attended his first training session…
The 27-year-old joined the Rossoneri on deadline day of the January transfer window, but he spoke as a player of the club for the first time only on Thursday, after representing the Ghana national team in the Africa Cup of Nations.
Muntari is hoping to improve his season statistics with the Rossoneri and could earn some playing time under manager Massimilano Allegri.
He joins retired Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng who is in devastating form for the seven time European champions.
“I am very excited to have gone from Inter to Milan,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
“It is incredible; this is a step up in my career.
“This team is unique, one of the best in the world. I arrive here with a lot of excitement to do things well and win.
“I will do my work and then the coach will decide whether to use me, but I am available.
“[If I am in the strongest team in Italy?] No, I am in the strongest team in the world.”
The Ghanaian has chosen the No. 14 shirt, reportedly in honour of former Diavolo man George Weah.