Cheikhou Ndiaye in the sights of the MLS
Captain of the Generation Foot Sports Association – a branch of FC Metz in Senegal serving as an incubator for African football talent – Cheikhou Ndiaye is arousing covetousness during this summer transfer window. Only 20 years old and endowed with an extremely versatile profile, the native of Kaolack also shines with his technique. Able to evolve as well central defender as right side, even defensive midfielder, the protege of Mady Touré (founder of the academy) has, today, an exit voucher. Under contract until June 2023, the Senegalese could thus quickly sail towards new horizons.
According to our latest information, Cheikhou Ndiaye is indeed of interest to Major League Soccer (MLS). Appreciated by Bob Bradley in Toronto, he also remains in the sights of the Colorado Rapids. Note, in parallel, the interest of an Algerian club. Currently with the U23s of Senegal to play in the CHAN qualifiers, a competition reserved for players playing in Africa, the 20-year-old central defender will also be keen to finish the job against Liberia and thus qualify for the second round. . Winners (3-0) in Monrovia in the first leg last Sunday, the Cubs are in a strong position before the return, scheduled for Saturday in Dakar. If qualified, Senegal will face Guinea.