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Patrick Razak to set a new record as he enters into the world with Mbappe, Adama Traore et al

The player has been outstanding in all manner if life with his performance so far. The player we are talking about can walk straight into any team that is ready to work on his finishing touches. Teams are now chasing the young prodigy for his signature but the purpose to win the league must come true first. Razak penned a permanent contract with the club after completing formalities. The speedster has been training with the capital-based side for days now. The winger left Guinea after terminating his contract with Horoya AC after making just four appearances for the side last season. He is expected to boost the Ghanaian giants ahead of the start of the new season.

Upon the announcement, Mbappe said: "Being on the cover of FIFA is a dream come true. "From my time at Bondy to Clairefontaine to the World Cup, this marks another big milestone. "I've been playing this game since I was a kid and I am honoured to represent a whole new generation of footballers and be in the same group as many other amazing footballers who I now share this honour with." Kylian Mbappe recorded a speed of 38kph against Monaco - which amazingly is faster than Usain Bolt during his 100m world record. The speedster scored a hat-trick against former side Monaco on Sunday as PSG went into the game having already been crowned Ligue 1 champions after second place Lille drew against Toulouse.

Moreover, While the winger has starred in the Premier League over the past year, the Spain international initially struggled with the physicality of English football having come through Barcelona's academy. Boasting such a big frame, the opposition has plenty to grab on to in any desperate attempt to slow Traore down but have found keeping hold of the speedster increasingly difficult. 

In fact, similar failings at first club Barcelona had left the Catalan giants opting to ship Traore out to Villa for £7m in August 2015. But how times change. Such has been his emergence under Nuno at Wolves that hometown club Barcelona and old foes Real Madrid are now rumoured to be considering summer moves for the wide man, while the asking price for him has been put as high as £150m.

Patrick Razak has now gotten a coach who is ready to nurture him and show him what he deserve as a well splinting forward. Coach Boadu will be coming to meet the likes of such players with the inform Isaac Mensa et al, to prove a worthy point to the rest of the world. But all what we can say is that Razak is yet to meet his meter if he is supposed to be outside the country then he would have been one of the best in the world of football.

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