Dutch-born Ghanaian striker, Myron Boadu will have his medical test at French Ligue 1 side AS Monaco on Sunday, Sportsworldghana.com can exclusively confirm.
Tomorrow, Boadu will be medically examined in the principality and that is why he was absent from AZ’s friendly game against win over Spanish side Real Sociedad with Zakaria Aboukhlal’s goal.
Technical director Max Huiberts told ESPN about that game: ” As has been suggested several times in recent weeks, there is interest from AS Monaco. That interest is concrete. We just haven’t come to an agreement yet.
Despite Huiberts comment, Sportsworldghana.com can confirm that the youngster is on his way to sign a four-year deal with the Red and Whites outfit with a one-year renewal option.
There is a chance for Boadu to complete his move to Monaco if he passes his medical test and will be given the space to sit with Monaco and see if he can figure it out on his own personal terms.
Last Wednesday Boadu was also not present in the practice game against OFI Crete and missing today’s game confirms his immenent move to the Champions League side.
The 20-year-old Ghanaian prodigy has scored 52 goals and provided 19 assists in 113 matches for the Dutch Eredivisie team AZ Alkmaar.