Portuguese giants Benfica FC and French club Olympique Marseille are in tough battle for the signature Ghanaian youngster Pierre Dwomoh during the summer transfer window.
According to Niels De Jonck Kimpen, the 17-year old talented midfielder has emerged as top transfer taret for the two clubs.
“Marseille and Benfica have shown a lot of interest in him,” Kimpen told FclnterNews
“Inter? They still like it, even if I don’t think it’s a priority for the Nerazzurri at the moment .”We all know that Dwomoh is talented, now this talent must be transformed into a professional who will be able to take the field continuously, becoming decisive for his club,” he added
“Benfica and Marseille are clubs known for their picks of the best young players, for having matured them for a few years and for subsequent fruitful disposals. million euros. The interest of all these clubs is greatly appreciated and is a reward for the hard work of the boy, but we will see what the future holds for him.”
Dwomoh made his professional debut with Genk in a 2-0 Belgian First Division A win over Kortrijk. On 27 August 2021, he signed a five-year contract with Antwerp.
Born in Belgium to Ghanaian parents, Dwomoh has represented Belgium at under-15 and under-17 levels. He, hwoever, remain eligible to represent Ghana’s senior national team – Black Stars vis nationality switch in future.