The Italian joined Turkey’s top spot this season and hopes the Black Stars look forward to spending time with him on the pitch.
Ghanaian striker Joseph Akumadi believes playing against Mario Bluetoli in high-flying Turkey will enhance his skills.
The 30-year-old left Serie B side Monza at the end of the 2020-21 campaign and chose to go to Turkey to join Adana Demerpur.
Subsequently, the newly developed Super League side announced the signing July 7.
The veteran Italy international is now rubbing shoulders with the West African, who represents the Haitian sport, and the 21-year-old has explained how playing against this great striker will affect him.
“I have played against famous footballers like Mesut Ozil, Antonio Valencia, Demba Ba. [Mbwana] “Samata, with others,” Akumadi said Ghana Guardian.
“But playing against former Manchester City star Mario Balotelli will improve my playing skills. I will work harder for my club Hatay Sport and bring me closer to the national team jersey.”
After spending his professional career in Italy, France and England, Balotelli left for his fourth different country, allegedly to prove himself as Italy’s coach Roberto Mancini.
Bluetooth was leading the line for Italy during his last defeat to Spain at Euro 2012 nine years ago, but his career path has taken him away from Azure, which makes it clear that he Why did he last play for the national team in 2018 and he was absent from the squad that won Euro 2020 on Sunday.
The striker is said to be able to find a way to get the manager’s ideas back, especially before next year’s 2022 European Winter World Cup in Qatar.
For Akumadi, it will be a great opportunity for him to learn as he hopes to impress and win the Ghana national team. The attacking midfielder helped his team finish sixth in the previous campaign and he hopes the new campaign will help the team perform even better.
Before entering the Spire Academy, Ghana started its football journey with Kaleis FC before going home. He signed a four-year contract with Sports Life FC with the Turkish side, which runs until the summer of 2023.