Ghanaian player Albert Adomah is back in the plans for English Championship side Middlesbrough after spat with manager Aitor Kraranka.
Adomah officially submitted a transfer request to leave Middlesbrough before the end of the transfer window. No offers were however received for the Black Star and upon his return to training at the club, the Ghana international was made to train away from the first team.
Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka has however revealed Adomah is part of his plans and available for selection ahead of the game against MK Dons.
Karanka said of Adomah in his pre-match conference:
“He is available for selection.
“He is training with the team and is another player who can give me a selection problem.
“He is part of the plans. Every player who is training with me every day is in my plans. There is nothing difficult in that for me.
The former Real Madrid assistant manager also talked about Albert Adomah’s transfer situation saying:
“He didn’t leave and we didn’t receive one offer for him.
“After the transfer market finished, he was our player and we had our reasons to train together again.
“The more people who are involved in the team, the stronger we are. That is good for me, and it is a problem to pick the best XI for every game.
“He could be in the squad because he is a player and I have to think.
“He has been good on the training field. Everyone knows how strong this group is, so when you are in the group, you have to work hard because everyone knows the rules.
“The players who are training well and performing well are the players who are going to play.”