PSG Keen To Secure Services of Indian History Creator

PSG have jumped in the mix to secure services of Indian players. The French giants just like everyone around the world is impressed with the Indian players playing in the FIFA U-17 World Cup.

Indian Players has been impressive in the FIFA u-17 World Cup. The host even though lost against The USA and Colombia, has looked impressive. The Indian colts came close to beat Colombia last night. This impressive showing has earned a host of European clubs especially for the first Indian goal scorer in the FIFA World Cup finals.

PSG After Jeakson Singh

PSG Keen To Sign Jeakson Singh, the midfielder become first Indian to score a goal in the FIFA world cup finals last night. The lanky midfielder headed the ball from a delightful corner to bring India on level terms before Colombia reclaimed their lead.

The French Giants are one of the few European clubs who scout players from Asia and train them in their Academies. French capital side signing Indian talented midfielder will help them expand in the Indian market. India market is still dominated by the English and Spanish clubs, signing Jeakson could give them a sizable fan base in India.

Jeakson last played for Minerva Sports club, the Chandigarh club is known for their robust youth system. The I-league club has produced quite a few players for the FIFA U-17 World Cup. The I-league club is known to promote young Indian players, even in the last I-league season, the club had given a professional debut to a number of junior international players.

India next plays the African giants Ghana, this will be the last opportunity for Indian player to impress the squats. A victory against Ghana can give India outside chance to qualify for the knock out of the tournament.

It will be important for Indian players to produce some brilliant performance to show their talent in the last group stage match which could be their last FIFA match.


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