04 Jul

Former Fulham star Derrick Boateng warns Partey 'Arsenal will be a wrong destination'

Ex-Ghana international has advised the Atletico Madrid midfielder not to join the London based club.
Former Fulham FC midfielder Derrick Boateng believes Arsenal will be a wrong destination for Thomas Partey in his football career.
Boateng who represented Ghana at two FIFA World Cups said that the 25-year-old will be making the wrong decision should he join the Gunners as his new club.
He said Arsenal is currently a downgrade to Atletico Madrid because of their lack of Champions League football for the past seasons.
Arsenal are in pole position of signing the Black Stars midfielder who has reportedly decided to leave the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium outfit at the end of the season.
Partey's dad has disclosed that his son will be happy to sign for Arsenal in the ongoing summer transfer window.
“He needs to be at a place where he will be happy, respected and get a lot of playing time. You can make all the money you want but if the coach doesn’t play you, you won’t be happy,” Boateng said in an interview with Joy FM 
He added; “I will not advise him to move to Arsenal right now because he is a Champions League player and with the look of the Arsenal team right now, they are not ready with the kind of players they have and some are going to move.”
“They are playing very well but you can see the inexperience hurting them and with the way the Premier League is going right now, it is going to be really tough. If he wants to move, he has to move to a team that plays in the Champions League otherwise he will lose everything.”
Partey is currently one of the highly-rated combative midfielders in world football following his exploits in the Spanish La Liga with Atletico Madrid.
He has made 124 appearances for Atletico Madrid, scoring eleven times for Diego Simone's side.
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