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Ghana star rejected Reds trial

Djurgarden star Daniel Amartey has revealed that he was forced to reject a trial at Premier League giants Liverpool due to a hand injury last year.

Last Updated: 11/04/14 at 20:35 Post Comment

Anfield: Liverpool were heavily linked to Ghanaian Daniel Amartey

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The 19-year-old got 23 appearances in his first season for the Stockholmers and is now hoping to lead the club to glory this season.

"I was invited for a trial with the club and was supposed to go there," Amartey told Expressen.

"But I hurt my hand and was forced to reject it. It is truly a big club and it feels really flattering that they are interested."

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