By Angu Lesley
French Ligue 1 side LOSC Lille has completed the acquisition of 18-year old sensational Cameroon midfielder Carlos Balepa Noom Quomah on a five-year deal per kick442.com findings.
The Club announced they had reached an agreement with Cameroonian club EFBC for the transfer of the Cameroon international.
Baleba, a son of an ex-footballer spent seven years at the prestigious Brasserie Football Academy with his father as one of his trainers and developed into an outstanding young football.
A key member of the Under-17 National selection of Cameroon for which he played friendly 12 matches, provided 7 and scored twice between November 2020 and February 2021, Balepa has all it takes to blossom at Lille.
Nicknamed ‘distributor’ by his peers, Balepa has guaranteed significant goal involvement ratios since he became a first team player at EFBC.
The player was named midfielder of the tournament for at least two tournaments in all three categories for which he represented EFBC and helped his club win six trophies in youth football plus the 2021 Regional championship title.
kick442.com understands the player’s entourage snobbed interest from Stade Rennes amongst other clubs to join Lille noted for proper development of young footballers.
Noom has been handed the number 33 jersey at the club as he is expected to walk his way to the first team.
The player completed all formalities including medicals and signing in Cameroon and is expected to travel to France to join up with the rest of his colleagues this January.
Balepa is expected to say goodbye to his colleagues at EFBC in the days ahead of traveling.
Lille who previously had Cameroonian defender Aurelien Chedjou on their books and currently own Jean Emile Onana have another Cameroonian expected to sparkle at the Club.
Inspired at the national team by former PSG midfielder Nicolas Alnoudji who is the team manager of the Under-17 National selection Balepa is considered one of the best Cameroonian midfielder of his generation.
He joins with Geoffrey Bazie from Burkina Faso barely weeks after Jonathan Ikone left for Fiorentina.
Copyright 2022 © kick442.com
All rights reserved. This material and any other digital content on this platform may not be reproduced, published, broadcasted, written in full or in parts, without a written permission from our management.
This site is not responsible for the content displayed by external sites