Newcastle have never been linked before with Middlesbrough right winger Albert Adomah, who’s played for Ghana 16 times and was born in Lambeth, London 27 years ago, but there’s news coming out of Ghana, that Newcastle are interested in the attacking midfielder.
Albert Adomah – Middlesbrough winger
Adomah stands 6’1″ tall and joined Middlesbrough from Bristol City for £1M two years ago, and last season he scored 6 goals in 51 total appearances for Middlesbrough.
Middlesbrough only just missed out on promotion last season, losing the play-off final 2-0 to Norwich at Wembley, and hopefully they can get automatic promotion in the upcoming season.
In the two seasons the player has been at Middlesbrough, he’s played a whopping 94 games with 18 goals, and that’s a good record.
Newcastle have been watching Middlesbrough play throughout this season and they have been impressed with Albert, and it seems like Tottenham are the other Premier League club interested in the player who is valued at around £4M.
Middlesbrough are said to be willing to sell the player at the right price this summer, so maybe a £4M bid will do it, and the Smoggies can use that money to strengthen their squad for next season.
Adomah played for Harrow Borough, Barnet and Bristol City before joining Middlesbrough in July, 2013, and he’s done very well over the last two seasons.
He could be ready for a step-up into the Premier League.
Adomah made his debut for Ghana four years ago, when he came on as a substitute in the 1–0 defeat against Brazil in September of 2011 at Craven Cottage.
He made the Ghana squad for the World Cup in Brazil last summer, and he played twice in that tournament, but didn’t make the squad for the African Cup Nations in Equatorial Guinea in January.
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