4 ACADEMICIANS FORMED AT JMG PARADOU SHOULD LEAVE ALGERIA FOR EUROPE
According to rumors, THE Paradou AC which continues to make headlines this season in Ligue 1,
They are about to export three or four players formed at the previous JMG Soccer Academy of Algeria. For now, no name has been announced, but some of the revelations of the 2018-2019 season are Zakaria Naïdji, Adem Zorgane, Hichem Boudaoui and Haithem Loucif. They have very good chances of going overseas during the summer transfer window.
French, German, Belgian and Portuguese clubs are very interested in their services.
The Paradou AC has managed, so far, to recuperate their investment by transferring players overseas, either permanently or as a loan. FAF president Kheïreddine Zetchi, who owns the club, said recently that the club has managed to gain as much as 3 million euros by transferring some of its players abroad.
Ramy Bensebaini was the first JMG academician from PAC to cross the Mediterranean. After being loaned to the Belgian club Lierse SK and Montpelier HSC, Bensebaini was transferred in July 2016 to Stade Rennes. This is the first major operation performed by the Zetchi brothers, followed of course by the sale of the rising star, Youcef Atal to another member of the French Ligue 1, the OGC Nice, until 2021.
The Zetchi brothers are rubbing their hands.
The Zetchi brothers are rubbing their hands. They are collectiong the benefits of their partnership with JMG Football and JMG Academies. A valuable investment that pays off today. The value of Youcef Atal is estimated today by the management of Nice to 70 million euros! Whenever one of his academicians is transferred from one European club to another, the PAC will have its share, as FIFA’s training allowance in particular.