Belarusian Premier League giants FC Minsk, have completed the signing of exciting Cameroonian midfielder Nguh Daniel Junior.
Sources close to the player have confirmed to the kick442.com team that Minsk has offered a one-year-deal and enhanced the player’s transfer from Oyili FC after a successful tryout.
Nguh moved to Belarus over a month ago on invitation of the club and was subject to a tryout condition during which he impressed and earned a contract.
The recruitment of the 19-year-old was approved coach Vadim Skripchenko as he looks to develop the former Cameroon U17 international to a real deal.
The player completed medicals and other registration formalities this week and is expected to be unveiled in the coming days.
Nguh’s dexterity on the ball and ability to make defensive and offensive contributions makes his game outstanding and admirable from his time in Cameroon.
The midfielder has played and impressed in a number of friendly games with the first team and is expected to stay in their ranks for the season.
Minsk are current champions of the domestic championship and are expected to compete in the preliminary rounds of the UEFA Champions League next term.
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