Inter midfielder Sulley Muntari has reignited speculation that he wants to leave the club by admitting he harbours ambitions to be a first-team regular.
The 26-year-old Ghana international has been linked with a move away from the San Siro after falling out of favour with manager Rafa Benitez, and he faces disciplinary action from the Nerazzurri after refusing to sit in the stands on Sunday for Inter’s clash with Juventus.
Muntari has now admitted that he would be open to leaving European champions, stating that he needs to be playing every week.
He told Skysports.com: “Going away? Why not? I am a football player, not someone to just pick his salary.
“I love football and want to play every day.
“I am an ambitious player and want to play everyday. My place is not in the stand, my place is on the field.
“When I don’t play, I’ve let myself down, the fans and everyone.”
Muntari made the switch to Inter from Pompey for €16million in July 2008, having previously spent five years with Udinese.