AS Roma coach Jose Mourinho has uncovered the motivation behind purchasing Ghanaian high schooler sensation Felix Afena-Gyan a couple of Balenciaga shoes.
The Portuguese gaffer uncovered that Afena-Gyan was continually ridiculed by his colleagues for coming around with counterfeit mentors constantly.
What’s more, that constrained him to hammer out agreement with the youth by promising to get him his loved tennis shoes assuming he scores in the Serie A.
Simply seven days in the wake of making his debut against Cagliari in November last year, the 19-year-old hoarded the titles with his support against Genoa.
Mourinho respected his guarantee by getting him the sets of tennis shoes, yet uncovered that the activities of his partners impelled him to get Afena-Gyan the shoes.
“He was there, he didn’t have a contract and he was coming constantly with counterfeit mentors and every one of the folks there were playing around with him,” Mourinho told BT Sports.
“The second he came here and the second he scored a triumphant goal, I needed to say: Felix, it’s the ideal opportunity for the folks to quit harassing you, so we should purchase a legitimate sets of shoes,” he added.
“Presently he signs a contract, he goes to Ghana public group and he plays around with different folks on the grounds that different folks won’t the World Cup, yet he is. So at this time things are evolving.”
Afena-Gyan and his partners are presently in Tirana, Albania in front of the last of the Europa Conference League against Feyenoord.