The teenager has agreed to a new contract which keeps him at the club for the next three -seasons.
Adelaide United’s emerging teenage Striker Al Hassan Toure has agreed to a new contract which will keep him at the A-League club until 2023, the Hindmarsh giant have announced.
Toure has joined midfielder Louis D’Arrigo in signing fresh deals tying them to the Reds until the end of the 2022-23 season.
Both are in the midst of breakout domestic seasons, with the Guinean born, Australian Forward , Al- Hassan Toure, who is also eligible to play for Liberia, because of his Parents, was excited about the new deal.
“It means a lot – I’ve worked hard for it over the last few years, so I’m delighted to sign with such a massive club.
“I think I’ve done well this season and when you do well, you get your rewards. I work hard in training every day and it paying off is just massive.”Toure told Liberian Sports International in a Instagram Chat.
The 19 year old striker has been in astonishing form this season, and has shot to prominence with five goals in the bag already in the Adelaide’s FFA Cup campaign which included being awarded the Mark Viduka medal for best-afield in the Reds’ cup final win.
“Al Hassan and Louis are two of the best young footballers in the country so we’re delighted to have secured their services for the next three years,” Adelaide’s football director Bruce Djite told the Club Website.
“Not only do they both boast enormous potential, Al Hassan and Louis also have the right mentality and character to develop into much better players than they are today.” Djite added.
Toure has recently, won a Cap and scoring on his debut with the Australia’s under-23 side,is eligible to play for Liberia,Guinea and Australia at International level,he was born in Guinea to Liberian parents and migrated to Australia at the age of 5. Toure also has two brothers – Mohammed and Musa – who both play soccer semi professionally.