By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
18-year-old Cameroonian teenage sensation Jang Sunday (son of Cameroon’s captain Dang Sunday Snr at the 1996 African cup of nations) has caught the attention of multiple UEFA Champions League participating Clubs following his superb display in Sunday’s Under-20 UNIFFAC final against Central Africa Republic.
The forward who emerged as the tournament’s lead scorer and most valuable player has caught the attention of not less than five top European Clubs including current champions league participants.
It is no secret that Cameroonian footballers easily get the attention of French and Belgian Clubs.
The case of Jang Sunday is not different as kick442.com understands; Belgian Jupiler Pro League outfits Club Brugge and KAA Gent have both manifested interest in the player. Brugge is noted for investment in young African talent just like Gent. Both Clubs participated in this season’s European competition thus leaving them susceptible to possible departures in the January window.
But the Belgian Clubs are not the only clubs that will are interested in the speedy forward gifted with frightening pace and the killer instinct in the final third.
This Pan-African Sports News Agency understands the Belgians face competition from French Ligue 1 trio Montpellier, Stade Rennes and Stade Brestois are all interested in signing Jang Sunday as they look to try and better their squad.
Stade Rennes participated in this season’s UEFA Champions League and are no strangers to business on African talents.
A year or two in the reserves of a serious club could see the Eding Sport forward shape to a real deal in the final third.
The bit of added kindling to the fire is the fact that Jang has tested football abroad as he previously played for Newells Old Boys of Argentina.
Although there is interest, there still a long way to go until Jang is seen in the jersey of another club.
Representatives from other Clubs Kick442.com elect not to mention are also on the case of the Musango FC graduate on the books of Eding Sport.
The 28 minutes of the final game of the just-ended UNIFFAC tournament is proving to be the most important 28 minutes in the career of the forward.
It remains to be seen if one of these Clubs or another will win the race for the player’s signature.
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