French Ligue 1 side Montpellier have offered a first professional contract to 19-year old Cameroonian defender Enzo Mbiayi Gianni Tchato.
According to reports the French club has offered a one-year deal plus an option for a two year extension to the defender.
The player’s entourage led by his father Bill Tchato who also played for Montpeillier should anlyzing the situation going into a summer that promises to be a busy one for the ex-Cameroon U17 international.
Enzo, who has been at the club since the age of six – was given the final seven minutes of Montpellier’s 1-2 defeat against Brest in April for his first team debut.
It was a historic moment for the boy who has been playing a starring role for Montpellier reserves this season featuring in 19 games.
Enzo who has spent 12 years through the different youth categories of the club is considered one of the best young defenders at Montpeillier.
Should he sign the deal, then versatile player who can play as a full-back, center-back and holding midfielder will be an option for Coach Michel De Zakarian going into the next season.
Should he pen the first team contract then he will be following in the steps of his father who also played for Montpellier.
International scene, Enzo was a part of the Cameroon team that traveled to Brazil for the 2019 Under-17 FIFA World cup tournament but was unfortunately sent home before the start of the tournament due to administrative restrictions.
However, Enzo came back to the Lions den even stronger, he featured in three of Cameroon’s four games at the Under-20 AFCON tournament in Mauritania as they got eliminated by eventual winners Ghana in the quarter-final.
Bill Tchato who currently serve as the coordinator of the national selections of Cameroon represented Montpelier in 63 games, only time will tell if his son can better that.
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