By Patrick Akoto
Ex-Ghana striker Tony Yeboah believes Christian Atsu will fully develop his potential if he move to England.
The 20-year-old has emerged as tug of tussle between three English sides – Tottenhamn Hotspur, Everton and Liverpool after impressing heavily during a loan spell at Rio Ave last term.
The silky FC Porto winger continues to draw penty of admirers from afar with Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas believed to be a huge admirer of the talented player who put up an eye catching display during Ghana’s opening 2014 World Cup qualifiers against Lesotho and Zambia last month.
The former Ghana great is confident a move to England will help the player develop his career.
“I think England will be best suited for him. He can excel when he gets the chance to play for one of the sides,” Yeboah told Pravda Sports
“I don’t really know which teams are chasing him but given his talent, I have no doubt in my mind that he can make the mark there,”
“But from what I have heard the Tottenham manager wants him. If it is true, then that is one offer that he must consider seriously,”
“Because in this case, the coach is the want who want him and that makes the difference. When coaches are the ones who make the approach for players, such players are mostly guaranteed of regular playing time.”
The potential of the Ghanaian international has never been in doubt and there are many who believe he will flourish when he try his lukc at the ambitious English side.