The Ghanaian agent has revealed that his client will play in the Serie A next season, but will still consider offers from potential suitors.
Oliver Arthur, the agent of Ghanaian striker Richmond Boakye-Yiadom, who is on loan at Elche has emphasised that his client will not stay in Spain, but will return to the Serie A next season.
Boakye-Yiadom, who is owned by Juventus, is on loan at La Liga side and has netted five goals this season, despite starting almost all his games from the bench.
Several clubs in Europe including German side Werder Bremen have expressed interest in him, but his agent insists he will be returning to Italy.
“He’s doing well in Spain. His experience in La Liga so far has been positive and important. Definitely, he will come back at the end of the season in Italy, will join Juve and then evaluate the best solution for all parties involved,” Arthur told Tuttomercato.
Genoa, who gave him his Serie A debut at the age of 18, are also interested in resigning him but his agent is coy about that.
“I can say that Boakye's market in Italy and abroad is good. Fascinated by a boy with Serie A experience already, but everything will calmly show at the end of the season,” Arthur.
The former Ghana Under-17 and 20 striker has also featured for Sassuolo where he netted 12 goals to bring them to the Serie A.
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