New football loose star Garan Kuol is looking to finalize a deal with English Premier League side Newcastle after making his international debut last weekend.
The 18-year-old, the youngest player to make his loose football debut since Harry Kewell, is in the UK to secure a deal with the EPL Giants before returning for the start of next week, according to multiple reports in the UK. I had completed a medical examination. Central Coast his A-League his season with the Mariners.
Kuol has also received offers from Germany’s Borussia Dortmund, and may begin loaning him to European clubs at some stage next year.
Quall was praised by football loose coach Graham Arnold after playing 18 minutes off the bench against the All Whites in Oakland last Sunday.
However, he expressed no interest in whether Quor was good enough to join Australia’s squad for the World Cup in Qatar in November.
“He’s a kid. He just turned 18. I told him to go out and have fun,” Arnold said.
“I just wanted to give him experience. He showed some quality when he joined, but this is just the first step for him.
Newcastle are close to finalizing a deal for Garan Kuor. @CC Mariners.
The forward made his Australian debut last week at the age of 18. #NUFC Seeking ways to overcome work permit issues – including possible loans to European clubs if a deal can be struck.
— Keith Downey (@SkySports_Keith) September 27, 2022
The 17-year-old made nine A-League appearances for the Mariners last season, but that was a staggering rise for Quall, who hasn’t even started yet.
Central Coast coach Nick Montgomery said the young star will start this season with six A-League games before Arnold completes his World Cup squad.
“It’s worth noting that he hasn’t started in the A-League…he’s a special talent. He almost scored and almost set a goal (against New Zealand),” he told Fox Sports.
“I don’t look at him like a kid. If you’re good enough, you’re old enough. The reality is he’s starting the game for us this season.” You should be in position.”
Montgomery said Kuol had the right attitude to go for bigger and better things.
You don’t have a crystal ball, but what you do know is if you give them the right grounds and they stay humble. Whatever move they make,” he said.
“As long as they maintain that attitude and the desire for you to dig in, I hope they can succeed at any level.”
https://www.theaustralian.com.au/breaking-news/socceroos-young-gun-garang-kuol-in-uk-to-sign-deal-with-english-premier-league-giants-newcastle/news-story/eabbc5f3b7f66646181cfc6d414c3cd8 Footballer Garan Kuol signs for English Premier League giants Newcastle