Ghana boss gives Tariq Lamptey optimistic message

The club will check on their full-back when they return from their first meeting in Ghana.

He was not used in the 1-0 friendly win against Nicaragua on Tuesday in Lorca, Spain.

However, his national team boss hinted that the Black Stars played it safe with the decision, which should help the club and the player.

Ghana coach Otto Addo said Lamptey “felt something” while warming up in training ahead of the game against Nicaragua.

He wasn’t immediately eliminated from the game, but as it turns out, he wasn’t included in the matchday squad.

Addo later said Lamptey will “hopefully” be able to train on his return to Albion.

He added: “We just didn’t want to take that risk and it’s not looking bad.”

Lamptey won his first cap for the Black Stars as a substitute against Brazil in Le Havre on Friday.

He now returns to the Albion squad ahead of the Premier League game in Liverpool.

The former Chelsea aviator wants to impress Roberto De Zerbi as soon as possible.

He’s arguably most effective as a full-back, which isn’t a role the new Seagulls boss typically plays in his formations. Enock Mwepu appears to be the other Albion doubt due to a busy international window.

The midfielder fell ill with Zambia in Mali.

Albion’s next home game is officially sold out, which means ticket exchanges are now open.

Tottenham, including ex-Seagulls favorite Yves Bissouma, visit the Amex every week on Saturday (5.30pm). Ghana boss gives Tariq Lamptey optimistic message

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