Ghanaians are abundantly blessed with good and talented football players. Most of these players get the opportunity to move outside Ghana to continue their football career.
Most importantly, some of these stars and youngsters are normally signed by top English clubs. Even though some of them do not stay there for a long time but they go on perform better in their new clubs. Also some of them get the privilege to show their talents in these English clubs.
Let us take a look at the following young football stars that were once signed or are signed by some English clubs and proving to be better players.
The young Ghanaian football player played for Manchester City when he began his career even though he did not make any appearance for the senior team.
Currently, he plays for Polish club Wisla Krakow in their top flight league.
Omari Forson is a young Ghanaian football player who currently plays for English club Manchester United.
He was signed from Tottenham to Manchester United in 2019 and in August 2021 he signed another contract with the Red Devils.
Mohammed Salisu is a very talented Ghanaian centre back who currently plays for English club Southampton I the English Premier League.
Salisu was signed by Southampton on the 12 of August 2020 in a contract worth £10.9m. he has been outstanding ever since he got to the English club.
The Ghanaian top class player Thomas Teye Partey currently plays for the Gunners in the English Premier League.
He got signed by Arsenal in 2020 in a contract worth €50m. He is currently considered as one of the best players in Ghana.
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