21 years old Barnet FC midfielder Wesley Joseph Nkong Fonguck is one of the most scouted and wanted young players by England’s elite clubs.
Born on July 16, 1997 in Lambeth England to Cameroonian parents, the young box to box midfielder is a product of the Crystal Palace youth academy.
With 8 goals in 34 league games for Barnet in the fifth tier of English football he is a fans favorite at the 6500 capacity Hive Stadium in north east London.
He has been closely monitored for the past two seasons by Manchester United in particular, but his popularity has grown to a point that the other top dogs have taken note and manifested their interest.
Many analysts are already comparing and predicting that he will be the next Dele Ali who left from MK Dons in England’s fourth tier to become a key player for Tottenham Hotspurs and the English Three Lions.
Barnet’s Manager Darren Currie knows he has a jewel and it will be difficult to hold on to the highly rated midfielder who is always one of the first names on his team sheet every weekend.
Barnet are currently 14th on the log out of 24 teams and lost this weekend 1-2 at home to Wrexham.
This is another potential player for the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon that the coaches and scouts should keep an eye on especially as he is eligible to also represent England.