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Atsu happy to stay at Porto amidst mounting European clubs interest

Posted On Wednesday, 21st November 2012
Atsu happy to stay at Porto amidst mounting European clubs interest

Christian Atsu says he is going nowhere

By Ameenu Shardow

Ghana winger Christian Atsu insists he has no intentions of leaving FC Porto anytime soon.

The 20-year-old has been a subject of serious transfer talk following some explosive displays for both club and country this season.

English club Tottenham Hotspurs are reportedly lining up a bid to reunite Atsu with manager Andres Villas-Boas at White Harte Lane with Chelsea also lurking to pounce.

But the rising talent says he is happy with the Portuguese champions and is even looking to extend his stay at the Dragao.

“I am very happy at Porto because the club is like family to me,” Atsu said.

“To continue at Porto is a dream for me and I hope to finish this year with a contract renewal.

“According to my agent, we are doing well in negotiations and I do not care about the rumours from abroad. My mind is with Porto.”

Atsu spent majority parts of last season on loan at Rio Ave where regular run of first team opportunities has seen him blossom into an increasingly mature player since his return to Porto.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. alex owusu says:

    atsu stay where u can have all ur playng time on the field than to move to a bigger club and remain on bench.u need to move to english league but not not now whn ur a bit mature.

  2. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    English club Tottenham Hotspurs are reportedly lining up a bid to reunite Atsu with manager Andres Villas-Boas at White Harte Lane with Chelsea also lurking to pounce.

    THIS GUY PAA…GOD FORBIDS U BREAK YOUR LEG AT PORTO. IF U CAN GO TO TOTTENHAM OR CHELSEA, GO NOW. BELIEVE IN YOUR ABILITIES…..LOOK AT TETTEY WITH NORWICH CITY. NO ONE KNEW THIS GUY WHEN HE WAS IN NORWAY. SOON AS HE CAME TO THE EPL, HE IS BIGTIME. PROLLY THE BEST MIDFIELDER IN THE WHOLE LEAGUE. LET NORWICH TRY TO SELL HIM N YOU WILL SEE THE OFFERS…DEY DERE…..





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