Morocco does not let go of Mohamed Ali-Cho

Morocco does not let go of Mohamed Ali-Cho

From an Ivorian father and a French mother of Moroccan origin, Mohamed Ali-Cho is of interest to Morocco in more ways than one. Moroccan national coach Vahid Halihodzic and representatives of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) traveled to Angers to meet the young striker and try to convince him to join the Atlas Lions.

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But for the moment, Ali-cho would rather sign for Real, whose leaders have also traveled to Angers to try to convince him to join the squad, or Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and play alongside Mbappé and Griezmann, let it be known Mundo Deportivo.

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The Angers striker is in the sights of several European clubs such as Dortmund, Leicester, Leipzig, Milan, Atlético, Marseille, Eintracht, Betis… Last December, Saïd Chabane, the president of Angers, had said he was ready to sell the player for 40 million euros. La Real have been in negotiations for his transfer for 12 years and could conclude them at the next transfer window.

Mohamed-Ali Cho made his debut for junior clubs West-Ham, Paris Saint-Germain and Everton before joining Angers in 2020.

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