Ghana midfielder Thomas Teye Partey has reiterated his commitment to Atletico Madrid.
Partey has been very influential for the Spanish giants this season playing 27 games and scoring three in the La Liga.
The 25-year-old has been a subject of interest to a lot of clubs in Europe including Manchester City, Real Madrid and Inter Milan.
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“I’ve grown up in Atlético de Madrid and I’m sure I’m staying here. I do not know where they will understand me better than here” he stated.
“I will stay at Atlético until they do not want me here” he indicated.
Atletico Madrid occupy the second spot in the La Liga with 62 points from 31 games.
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