Kwadwo Asamoah should leave Juventus, say Goal readers

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Goal’s readers have voted on whether the Ghana international should seek a move this summer

Kwadwo Asamoah’s future is set to be one of the hot topics of the transfer window over the next few months, with the Ghana international heavily tipped for a move away from Juventus.

Despite losing Saturday’s Champions League final—his second such defeat—the midfielder has won a host of honours in Turin, becoming one of Ghana’s most decorated players during his time at the club.

However, he’s still yet to cement a starting spot for himself, nor has he received much opportunity to thrive in his favoured position—in the heart of the park—and has largely been reduced to deputising for left-back Alex Sandro.

Southampton, West Ham United and Galatasaray are the trio of clubs to have been linked to the Black Star’s signature, and expect the rumours to intensify in the coming days following reports in the Italian press earlier this week that the former Udinese man had handed in a transfer request in Turin.

In light of the Champions League final, Goal asked our readers whether Asamoah would be wise to seek a change of scene this summer, or whether he should stay put in Turin.

You voted in your droves and, somewhat surprisingly, readers voted overwhelmingly for Asabob to move on this summer.

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82 percent of respondents replied that the 28-year-old should move clubs this summer.

By contrast, only 18 percent of those who replied believe that the Ghana international would be well served to remain in Turin beyond the end of the window.

 

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