Soccer News of Thursday, 17 December 2015
Ghanaian teenager Michael Yeboah is taking the German youth league by storm with his early scoring and technical abilities.
The 16-year-old prodigy has been raking in goals for SV Saar 05 Saarbrucken in the German regional youth leagues.
Yeboah’s impressive attacking prowess has helped the club progressed through to the quarter-finals of the German FA Youth Cup as he bagged a brace to help them defeat Reimsbach 3-2 last Sunday.
Saarbrucken are profiting from the devastating form of the highly-rated Sunyani-born as he has netted 9 crucial goals in 11 games for the club in their Cup campaign this season.
Yeboah arrived in Germany earlier in 2015 and was quickly snapped up by Saarbrucken after the Ghana Football Association declared him a free agent on their website.
His performance has drawn interests from Bundesliga sides Stuttgart, Hamburg and Dortmund, who are all planning to send scouts to monitor his performance.