Noam Emeran, 16-year-old French Striker who plays for SC Amiens U-19, is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first signing as Manchester United Manager.
Noam Emeran started out with FC Brussels in Belgium before joining L’Entente Sannois Saint-Gratie, who play in the French third tier, and then moving to Amiens, who play their trade are in Ligue 1.
Although, he has not played a first-team match for Amiens but, has still reportedly caught the eye of some of Europe’s biggest clubs.
Last month Emeran impressed for the Amiens U19s in the Gambardella Cup – a national competition for youth sides in France by scoring he scored a hat-trick against Quevilly.
Amiens U19s head coach, A Buron reportedly said:
“We decided to incorporate him because we were convinced that he could make the difference in this kind of match. He did and he allowed us to hope.”
Noam Emeran has a technically gifted Left foot and can play anywhere in the forward line but mostly prefers to play on the Left wing of attack. It is said that Emeran admires Leroy Sane and Anthony Martial and idolizes their style of play of cutting in or beating the defenders on Pace.
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Emeran has told newspaper Le Courrier Picard that he is set to join United.
“After talking to my family, I think it was the best choice over what I was offered to help reach the top level. Now it’s up to me to do the job to achieve my goals and dreams,”
Speaking last year to the Amiens website, Noam Emeran said:
“My ambitions are to be able to be a professional one day and to win titles, but school remains the most important thing. If there is no school, there is no football.”
With Noam Emeran joining the Red Devils, this will be United’s second signing of an young French starlet. Aliou Traore was the first in recent times when he joined from PSG a year ago.
It is reported that Emeran will initially cost United between 80,000 and 100,000 euros.