All of these players have been formed and developped by JMG ACADEMY

Northwestern London’s suburban club, Watford FC (11th in the Premier League 2018-2019) has decided to have a special eye on Paradou AC and its few nuggets. All of these players have been formed and developped by JMG ACADEMY while they where in partnership with Paradou AC. Players such as the international Hichem Boudaoui , who is currently with the Greens in Doha in preparation for the CAN 2019, the top scorer of the championship Zakaria Naïdji (20 goals this season) and the lateral Haithem Loucif, which has the same profile of Youcef Atal. It is the owner of the club, Gino Pozzo, also boss of Udinese (Italian Serie A), who is interested personally in the Academy of the CAP.

The idea behind the transfers would be part of a potential partnership setup between the two clubs, with Watford owner Gino Pozzo interested in taking on the talent and then selling them on later on.  Watford are expected to send someone to Algeria and take a closer look at the Paradou AC system. Algerian FA president Zetchi has often used the Academy to give his own players international caps which then increases their value. The idea behind the transfers would be part of a potential partnership setup between the two clubs, with Watford owner Gino Pozzo interested in taking on the talent and then selling them on later on.

In any case, it would be a first for a Premier League club to take a direct look at players in the Algerian league with more than ambitious prospects.

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