The 19-year-old winger made seven appearances in the Lions’ move to Leicester
Currently, on loan from Sporting to Leicester, a club for which he has already played 7 matches this season, Fatawu did not fail to highlight his short time in Her Majesty’s Land, and in an interview with BBC Radio Leicester, he analyzed how Development during the loan period from the Lions to the Foxes.
With no space in Amorim’s accounts for this season, the 19-year-old Ghana international headed for the Championship side and ended up assuming a desire to play in England influenced his selection. “For me, coming to Leicester was a great achievement. When I heard about their interest, I felt happy, because I had always dreamed of playing in England,” admitted the young winger, who started three of the seven matches he played. Training led by Enzo Maresca.
Fatawu pointed to the goals of the current season. He explained: “The club’s goal is to return to the Premier League and this is also a great opportunity for me to help them achieve that.”
It is worth noting that the 19-year-old Ghanaian winger, who played 12 matches last season with Sporting’s first team, was loaned by Alvalade to Leicester City in the final stages of the market last summer. The transfer agreement is valid for one season and includes a purchase option worth €17 million. However, if they can secure promotion to the Premier League, the Foxes will have to make a move towards eventual purchase of the Ghanaian promise that remains the property of Sporting’s staff.
If Sporting negotiates the pass, Steadfast, Fatawu’s former club, will be entitled to 50% of the capital gains. Therefore, subtracting the initial investment, the Lions will be able to earn more than 6.5 million euros clean.
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