West Ham star Michail Antonio says he's stronger than Adama Traore
The 32-year-old, who joined the Hammers from Nottingham Forest in a £7 million deal in 2015 (Sky Sports), has been a fine player for the club over the last few years. He is their main man, and if he has a good season, West Ham will end the campaign in a very respectable position.
West Ham star Michail Antonio says he’s stronger than Adama Traore
Antonio sat down for a quick interview on the Premier League’s official YouTube channel this week to talk about FIFA and his Premier League career so far.
The 32-year-old was asked about his Ultimate Team card on the EA Sports game over the years, and he believes that some of the ratings are ‘disrespecting’ him.
One such rating is his physicality – he has been rated 83 this year. Antonio believes that he’s the strongest player in the league and demanded that he be given at least a 90 rating.
While speaking about strength, Antonio asked: “Who would you say is stronger than me in the Premier League?”
The host first says there’s nobody, but then changes his answer to Traore, who is, in many people’s eyes, the strongest player in the country at the moment.
Antonio responded by saying: “Would you say he’s stronger than me? No! He ain’t stronger than me.”
When you look at Traore, you can’t help but say ‘wow’.
The Spaniard’s physique is absolutely incredible, and everyone in the country will agree that he is among the strongest players in world football.
Antonio, however, is no weakling. The West Ham star is incredibly strong in his own right, and if there’s ever a test to determine a player’s strength, he’d be right up there.
We just can’t figure out who’s stronger – Traore or Antonio. What do you think? Let us know in the comments down below.