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Ghana target Myron Boadu: "The Dutch national team is far away at the moment”

Published on: 06 May 2022

Striker Myron Boadu appears to have given Ghana hope in their pursuit after claiming that the Dutch national team is too far away for him at the moment. 

Boadu, who was born in the Netherlands to Ghanaians, is eligible for both countries, but he has pledged his international future to the European country.

However, because the 21-year-old has only made one appearance, he can switch to Ghana, and the Ghanaian football association is still in contact with him.

He recently admitted that his struggles at club level since moving to French club Monaco have made his chances of making the Netherlands squad for the 2022 World Cup slim.

"It is definitely a dream to go to the World Cup, but now I just want to continue as I have done. For me, the Dutch national team is far away at the moment, but I think anything is possible. So, I just have to carry on, the season finishes well and then do the same from the first minute next season."

"I think this season has taught me a lot," Boadu continues. "Now I just want to keep on scoring goals and I hope I can. At the beginning of my time here I got overly frustrated when I missed an opportunity, while now I'm like 'Okay, you missed this one, but the next one is going' in, and if you miss the next one, the next one goes in."

Boadu made the switch to Monaco for 17 million euros last summer. The attacker has scored four goals and one assist in 27 Ligue 1 matches.


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