Amara Diouf made history on Saturday when he became the youngest ever player to represent Senegal at the age of 15 years and 94 days. The left-winger came on as a substitute in the 70th minute of Senegal’s 2-0 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win over Rwanda.
Diouf is a product of the Generation Foot academy, the same club that produced Sadio Mane. He is considered to be one of the most promising young talents in Senegalese football.
Diouf’s debut is a major boost for Senegal, who are the defending champions of the Africa Cup of Nations. They will be hoping that he can continue to develop and become a key player for the national team in the years to come.
Diouf is also set to join French Ligue 1 club Metz in the future. The deal is already agreed in principle, and he is expected to join the club in January 2024.
Diouf’s move to Metz is a further sign of his potential. Metz is a well-respected club with a good track record of developing young players. Diouf will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of Mane and other Senegalese stars who have made their name in Europe.
It is an exciting time for Diouf, and he will be hoping to make a big impact on the Senegalese national team and on the European stage in the years to come.
Here are some additional details about Diouf:
- He is 5’11” and weighs 150 pounds.
- He is left-footed.
- He is known for his speed, dribbling skills, and finishing ability.
- He is also a good passer and crosser of the ball.
Diouf is a very talented player with a lot of potential. He is still very young, but he has already made a big impact on the Senegalese national team. He is sure to be a star in the future.
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