Second deputy coach of Ghana’s Black Stars Maxwell Konadu has visited Ghanaian forward Emmanuel Boateng in Spain as his Levante side lashed Sevilla 2-1 in the La Liga.
Kondau is on a working visit in Spain to monitor and interact with some Ghanaian players in the La Liga.
Konadu’s visit is part of the monitoring strategies of the technical team of the Black Stars that saw had coach Kwasi Appiah recently visit players in the English Premier League.
First deputy coach Ibrahim Tanko is also in Germany to monitor some Ghanaian players in the Bundesliga and the Bundesliga II, interact with them and find out their preparedness to play for the Black Stars.
Konadu whose visit is expected to end on Thursday watched the uncapped Ghanaian forward who was phenomenal on the day as his side grabbed a 2-1 win over Sevilla.
Boateng, who is yet to play for the Black Stars has been in top form for Levante this season playing a key role in their La Liga campaign, is expected to feature for the Black Stars soon following the interaction with Maxwell Konadu.
Maxwell Konadu interacted with the head coach of Levante Paco Lopez and discussed several issues with him, some of which goes beyond just playing football.
The interactions, even though very private, looked very colourful as the coach of Levante was excited about the visit.
Konadu could extend the visit to other Ghanaian players in the lower league in Spain before returning to Ghana on Thursday.
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