Spurs yet to make another move for Muntari

Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari will not be joining Tottenham Hotspur this summer unless the North London club make a fresh move for the Ghanaian, according to the player's agent.

The 24-year-old sealed a £12.7 million switch from Portsmouth to the San Siro last summer, and made 27 Serie A appearances under Jose Mourinho in 2008/09 to help the Nerazzuri seal the Serie A title.

However, Muntari's place in Inter's starting XI next season may now be in jeopardy following the arrival of Thiago Motta from Genoa.

And although the player has admitted in the past that he remains a keen admirer of both English football and former manager Harry Redknapp, his representitive insists Spurs have yet to act.

"For now, Tottenham has only inquired about him, but nothing more," Frank Schreier revealed in an interview with tuttomercatoweb.

"Would he like a return to England? Obviously, playing in the Premier League pleased everyone.

"But at the moment the player is doing well with Inter and if there are no setbacks he will stay in Milan."

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