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Ghanaian Star Would Have Signed With Sundowns If He Was Matured Like Now

LoyisoMaqungo 06/25/2020

In 2017, Ghanaian rising star at the time Asiedu Attobrah got an opportunity to sign with the Brazilians, after he was welcomed for a preliminary in Chloorkop as a 22-year-old. A Ghanaian midfielder has lamented the botched chance of not marking with Mamelodi Sundowns, in spite of the fact that he is as yet looking forward to play in Mzansi. 

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Attobrah had recently invested some time in Europe during his spell with K.V Kortrijk in the Belgian Pro League. Attobrah told the journalists, "At that point, Sundowns had a great deal of value in their team as they had South African internationals, players from Zimbabwe and Liberia. On the off chance that it was currently, I would have finished paperwork for them, since now I am progressively developed at this point." 

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The 25-year-old additionally included, "Around then I was exceptionally youthful and in Ghana they were anticipating a great deal from me. I came to Sundowns and they had quality players like Teko Modise and Anthony Laffor and those were generally excellent players. I stated, alright, perhaps this is not the perfect time and this is football." 

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Attobrah is at present unattached and open to joining a team in Mzansi's top-flight if any open door emerges for him.

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