Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey is reportedly dragging his feet to join the Ghana camp ahead of the two international friend matches this month, sources have told GHANAsoccernet.com Headquarters.
The 27-year-old, who is the deputy captain of the team, is yet to arrive in camp just four days before the team travel to Rabat to battle the Atlas Lions.
Sources say Partey is reluctant to join the rest of his colleagues as the team intensify preparations for the double friendly games.
Several members of the squad have joined the squad after Al-Fayha star Samuel Owusu joined hours after arriving in the West African nation.
It’s also remarkably striking that several global top stars who enjoyed successful campaigns in Europe have joined their respective national team camps.
Liverpool duo Sadio Mane and Mo Salah have joined Senegal and Egypt squad respectively despite enjoying a relatively successful campaigns in England.
However, there is no show from the Ghana vice-captain as he is yet to show his face in camp in Cape Coast.
Captain Andre Ayew, who was handed some time off due to his involvement in the English Championship play-offs is expected to join the rest of his colleagues on Friday.
The four-time African Champions are billed to play Morocco in Rabat on June 8 and before facing Ivory Coast on June 12 at the Cape Coast Stadium.
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