Sulley Muntari insists he had no furious bust-ups with AC Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi after intense speculation that he fought the manager resulting in his decision to leave the Italian club for Saudi Arabian giants Al-Ittihad.
The Ghana midfielder says he has no problem with anyone at AC Milan after securing a move to Al-Ittihad after being frozen out by the Serie A giants towards the end of last season.
Muntari was reported to be on strike at the San Siro and did not make an appearance for the club after April, before the Rossoneri decided to cancel his contract last month.
However, Muntari has dismissed suggestions that a dispute with former boss Filippo Inzaghi led to his departure.
?Nothing happened with Inzaghi, and I don?t want to talk about the past, I?m thinking about the future,? he told reporters.
?I always want to win, with Inzaghi that didn?t happen, but never mind. I never had problems with Milan, they?ll be in my heart until the day I die.
?I?m a fan, and I always will be, nothing has broken. [Adriano] Galliani has always been honest with me, I couldn?t get into a fight with Milan.?
Muntari has signed a two-year deal with Al-Ittihad.