Former Portsmouth and Inter Milan midfielder, Sulley Muntari is set to depart AC Milan following his termination of his contract by mutual consent.
The Ghanaian joined the Rosonnerri on a permanent basis in May 2012 after a season-long loan spell from Inter Milan.
His departure comes just over 12 months after signing a two-year contract extension.
“AC Milan and Sulley Muntari would like to announce they have reached agreement to dissolve the player’s contract with the club as of today,” the club said in a statement.
“AC Milan would like to thank Muntari for the commitment and professional attitude shown during his time playing in the Milan shirt and wish him all the very best for the future,” it added.
Muntari, who made just 16 Serie A appearances in the 2014-15 season and scored two goals, has not featured for the Black Stars since his infamous expulsion from the 2014 Fifa Workd Cup in Brazil.
The 30-year-old asked to be left out of Milan squad for a league game in April having foresaw he was not in “the club’s plan” for the immediate future.