Captain of the Super Eagles, Ahmed Musah believes Daniel Amartey’s prolonged absence in the Leicester team is not down to his performance.
Amartey, 25, who has become a forgotten member of the Leicester City squad after recovering from a broken leg suffered against West Ham in the Premier League is set to depart the Foxes for pastures anew.
During his long absence, Caglar Soyuncu and Jonny Evans have formed a water-tight defence for Coach Brendan Rogers while Ricardo Pereira has peaked at right-back while Nigeria international Wilfred Ndidi has been stupendous in midfield forcing Amartey out of the team despite his versatility.
Former team mate, Ahmed Musa has explained the reason why the Ghanaian is struggling to break into the starting lineup of Leicester City, who were fighting for a spot in the Champions League before the suspension of the Premier League.
“Is not about your performance, as you can see like my friend Daniel (Amartey) from Ghana, as you can see he played a lot of games at Leicester but now a days he is not playing so are you going to say he is not performing well? Why was he playing then and why is he not playing now,” he was speaking to TV3’s Juliet Bawuah in an intagram interview.
He continued: “So like I said different Coaches like the way you play, some like the way you play, some don’t like the way you play. The only thing is to have another better place to go.”