Dutch youngster of Ghanaian parentage Myron Boadu insists he has never regretted walking over Arsenal.
The 18-year-old striker had successful trials with the Gunners when he was 15 but chose to stay at AZ Alkmaar afterwards.
“Before going to Arsenal I had talks with my friend Donyell Malen who was at that time at their Academy and when I went there I was really impressed. If I had to decide at that spot I will have probably signed,” Boadu told VI.
“But I did not think you should take those chances quickly. After returning to Netherlands, I slept on it overnight and the next day, I told Arsenal I want to stay at AZ.”
“I have never regretted forgetting Arsenal, PSV, Ajax and other clubs. AZ and I are perfect match to this day,” Boadu added.
The teenager has been AZ’s arrow head this season netting six goals and providing three assists in 12 games in all competitions.
By: Edmund Okai Gyimah, Daily Mail GH