Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari has been offered a footballing lifeline by newly-appointed Deportivo La Coruna coach Clarence Seedorf
The former Portsmouth and Inter Milan ace hasn’t played since leaving Pescara last summer.
But just two days after being appointed, Dutch legend Seedorf has moved quickly in a bid to reunite with the 33-year-old.
The pair know each other well from their time together at AC Milan when Muntari was playing under Seedorf.
Muntari is expected to arrive in Spain late Thursday and will undergo a trial period at the Spanish side with a view to offer him a short-term deal until the end of the season.
Deportivo are stranded in a relegation scrap and sit third from bottom on 17 points.
Muntari will hope to guide the league strugglers out of danger before the end of the season
And Seedorf will be hoping tough-tackling Muntari can offer some stability in midfield with his side having the worst defensive record in the league.
The 84-cap Ghanaian spent just one year at Pompey where he was part of the side that won the FA Cup in 2008.