The winter transfer window is approaching
The winter transfer window is approaching and there will be an opportunity for clubs from the soccer French league 1 and league 2 to find and sign new players. Among these interesting players, Zakaria Naïdji a striker from Paradou CA in the Algerian championship as been mention by France Football by saying: “It was expected: it’s finally his season. The 23 years old Zakaria Naidji dominates the scorers’ standings in the Algerian league with 11 goals in 14 games.
Playing with Paradou a 100% formation club in the Algerian L1, a team emanating from the JMG Soccer Academy in Algiers, from which the OGC Nice player Youcef Atal and Stade Rennais player Ramy Bensebaini comes from.
If it was not because of injuries the past two seasons, he should have already joined a European club
“If it was not because of injuries the past two seasons, he should have already joined a European club to continue his progression. Naidji is a mobile player that covers a large surface and intelligent on his decision while circulating ont the field and very clever in front of the goal. Playing with the International U23, it should not be long before receiving an invitation with the National Team A.
“Even in Algeria, several clubs are in the footsteps of the current top scorer in the championship, including ES Setif and CR Belouizdad. However, the PAC leadership refuses to release him except to try an experiment over sea. Paradou striker AC Zakaria Naïdji, who scored his 11th goal of the season on Friday the 16 of November when his home team defeated CABB Arréridj (2-0), placed himelf as leading scorers in the championship. Zakaria formed at the Academy JMG / PAC, scored the second goal at the 43th minute. Naïdji has a goal ahead of DRB striker Tadjenanet Karim Aribi (10 goals).
“My goal is to finish top scorer of the season. However, if the opportunity arises to leave the my team Paradou during the winter mercato to go play over seas I will not say no. There are contacts being made, but nothing concrete so far, “Naïdji told the press.