By Angu Lesley
Algerian forward Mohamed Youcef Belaïli is in talks with a number of European clubs keen on signing him.
Youcef could return to France barely a week after he was sacked by Qatar SC officials for scoring against Qatar in the just-ended FIFA Arab Cup.
The 29-year old former SCO Angers playmaker could join Montpelier in the days ahead if talks are fruitful.
The 2019 Africa-based African Footballer of the year previously represented Angers between 2017-2018.
Youcef’s dismissal has sparked debates across the football industry, but there are indications he could be heading for something better.
A product of the MC Oran Academy back in Algeria, the 30-capped forward represents an important part of the project put in place by Djamel Belmadi these days.
According to French sources, the 2019 AFCON winner who recently added the FIFA Arab Cup to his list of trophies could join Montpelier before the start of the 2021 AFCON tournament in Cameroon early next year.
A switch to Montpelier will see him link up with Cameroon international Oyongo Bitolo and it will be the ninth club in his globetrotting career that has taken him across over four countries.
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