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AS Monaco - Myron Boadu: "The game in France is a little different"

AS Monaco – Myron Boadu: “The game in France is a little different”

Considered a great hope for Dutch football, Myron Boadu, in the process of adaptation, was quite low-key in his first games with ASM.

Dutch championship revelation in 2019-2020, Myron Boadu, former AZ Alkmaar forward, has been signed for five seasons in favor of AS Monaco. A great blow from the club of the Principality, which knew how to get ahead of its neighbors from OGC Nice. A transfer that amounted to 17 million euros, plus various bonuses.

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Myron Boadu, 20, embodies both the future and the present. Author of 15 goals last season in the Eredivisie, he is considered a great promise for Dutch football. Already appearing twice this season in Ligue 1, Le Rocher’s new summer signing takes his marks at will.

This Tuesday, Myron Boadu was even able to taste C1 with ASM, which challenges Shakhtar Donetsk during the tiebreaker to qualify for the Champions League. Present in the group, the Dutchman was introduced to the press on the eve of this decisive match, explaining his choice and clearly showing his ambitions.

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“The first two games were not easy”

“Many clubs have shown interest in signing me over the last few weeks. The transfer window is a period where there are also a lot of rumors. But from the moment I found out about AS’s interest in Monaco, it was clear to me that I wanted to join AS Monaco, there was never any doubt about it “, the forward confided.

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Appearing uncomfortable during his first two appearances in the Asemist jersey, Myron Boadu begs for time. “The first two games were not easy, we did not have the expected results. On a personal level, I have to take the time to adapt to my new environment, to learn to play with my new teammates. I know the game in France.” It’s a bit different, but I’m willing to adapt and fight to win this Ligue 1 championship. “

Born on January 14, 2001 in Amsterdam, Myron Boadu became on November 19, 2019, the first player born in the 21st century to play and score for the Netherlands national team. Not selected to compete in Euro 2020, he nevertheless participated in Euro Espoirs, scoring a double against France in the quarterfinals.