The Tunisian Football Association succeeded in extracting the approval of the French talent of Monaco, Bashir Yacoub, to join the Tunisian national team under the age of 20, and to participate with him in a preparatory camp for the upcoming international benefits under the leadership of national coach Najeh Toumi.
It is expected that the Tunisian youth team camp, which will actually start in the coming days, will record the presence of the attacking midfielder in the ranks of Monaco, Yacoub, to defend, for the first time in his career, the Tunisian colors, starting on May 5th.
The young player has tremendous technical abilities that help him to overcome the opponent’s players, as well as the level of accuracy in passing and winning bilateral conflicts, which is evident in several videos spread to him on social networking sites.
The Follow-up and Talent Persuasion Cell of the Tunisian Football Association was closely following the developments taking place in the talented march in France, until it succeeded in obtaining his approval to represent the youth of the Tunisian national team in the upcoming international competitions.
Bashir Yacoub, who will extinguish his eighteenth candle on May 24, joined the “Emirate” team for the U-16 category in 2020, coming from the French Olympique Lyonnais, the team in which he grew up.
During the current football season, Yacoub succeeded in presenting good performances with the French Under-19 League, as he managed to score 5 goals and provide 11 assists.
The French Academy of Monaco includes several Tunisian talents
The French club Monaco is one of the most prominent clubs in the world that graduated many stars in recent years, as it made a name for itself in graduating young talents whose owners became stars after that, such as Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Lemar and Benjamin Mendy.
Among the Arab talents, the French Emirate team included in its ranks the talented Tunisian, who currently stands out with the Manchester United youth, Hannibal Al-Majbri. The “Carthage Eagle” joined the ranks of the southern French club in August 2018 after experiments in the academies of French clubs; Including Paris FC.
The French Academy of Monaco is working to develop other Tunisian talents with the aim of introducing them to the world of professional football during the next few years, including; Striker Nael Al-Obaidi, left defender Qabil Al-Karai and midfielder Naseem Al-Dandani.
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