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Leeds United midfielder Nohan Kenneh during the U18 Professional Development League match between Coventry City and Leeds United at Alan Higgins Centre, Coventry
Coventry City v Leeds United, U18 Professional Development League – 13 Apr 2019[/caption]

Leeds united are set to faced a tough battle to hold on Liberia born England Wonderkid Nohan Kenneh as French giant PSG is closely monitoring the teenage Sensation.

The 16-year-old currently plays for the Championship side’s under-18s. But Nasser Al-Khelaifi mega- rich club are keeping tab on the development of the Leeds United Starlet.

According to report, the French giants have sent an army of scouts to watch youthful center-back, Nohan Kenneh, who can also operate in Midfield in Action and Les Parisiens won’t be deterred in chasing the peacock top prospects.

“Best Known for losing some of their youth players due to the tough competition to break into the first team, Paris Saint-Germain are trying to recruit some new talent to develop in their academy. And have tab Leeds united as a central point as one Club where they might have the best of luck , given the fact that the English Championship side are expected to benefit from huge Qatari Sport Investment, the same company currently, sponsoring the Ligue 1 champions.

Nohan Kenneh is described as one of biggest and best talent of his generation”, the Liberia born England U16 international is still too young to sign a professional contract (he’s on a scholarship deal), that is making things difficult for the Ligue 1 side to sign he now.

French football magazine Le 10 Sport say that the PSG are in good position to begin talks with Nohan Kenneh, but no deal will work until he immediately turn 17s that will make he eligible to sign a professional contract.

According to the Soccer Link in France, Leonardo, Paris Saint-Germain’s new director of football has taken an interest in Nohan Kenneh and is working closely to have the teenager switch from Elland Road to les parc de princes.

The report also said the french Capital Club Paris Saint-Germain’s as commerce summer recruitment and negotiations in recent weeks, Leonardo and his team are working in coordination with the arrival of several young players with high potential and for several months, the club from the french capital has set goal of bringing players in “post-training”or academy player as a way to add a little depth to the bench of Coach Thomas Tuchel first team Squad.

The french club has also restructured its recruitment cell with the creation of a new section based on the recruitment of players between 13 and 18 years and have setup a database for growing up players to developed in the long term.

PSG have put on their teenage wishlist Leeds Nohan Kenneh and West Bromwich striker Louie Barry as top priorities, but both players are below professional contract standard and the paris de prince can only negotiate for the future transfer.

Nohan Kenneh, can only make decision on his future went he turn 17s that when the Leeds youngster will have to make a choice of where he wants to develop, and that is probably when the French club hope they can convince him.

However, it’s pointed out that Leeds do ‘have a head start’ on negotiation with Nohan to remain at Elland Road and the Championships side have move a step forward in persuading their client to sign a proffessional contract.

Kenneh, has been tipped as the big prospect in the Leeds United Academy , which has won he a spot and Capped with the England Under-17 National team, the teenager has also previously played for the U15, and U16 England National team.

He was born Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County Liberia and move to United Kingdom at the age of seven , where begin to play football.

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