Ghanaian coach Maxwell Konadu tells Partey 'It's time to leave Atletico Madrid' Featured
28 Apr

Ghanaian coach Maxwell Konadu tells Partey 'It's time to leave Atletico Madrid'

The former Ghana international has urged Partey to consider leaving the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium outfit.
Asante Kotoko head coach Maxwell Konadu believes that it is time for Thomas Partey to quit Spanish La Liga side Atletico Madrid.
Partey has been linked with a move from the Spanish club to several clubs in the next summer transfer window.
Coach Konadu advised the 26-year-old midfielder to leave the Spanish club after ace Ghanaian journalist Saddick Adams wrote on twitter that a close source to the player said he is not ready to extend his deal with Atletico Madrid.
Partey is reportedly on cloud nine with interest from English Premier League duo Manchester United and Arsenal.
Atletico Madrid are currently in talks to offer a new deal to keep the Ghana international at their outfit until summer 2025.
The Krobo Odumasi born is rated among the best midfielders in World Football following his explosive performance at Atletico Madrid for the past seasons.
Kotoko showed a sign of a good team - Maxwell Konadu
Coach Maxwell Konadu (Picture)
He has been an intergal member of Diego Simone's side after returning from a season-long loan spell at Spanish side Almeria in 2015.
Partey has made over 150 competitive appearances for Atletico Madrid.
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