Prolific Ghanaian striker Samuel Obeng Gyabaah will be watched by scouts from Europe on Friday when Ghana’s Black Meteors play South Africa in the third-place clash of the ongoing Caf U23 Afcon in Egypt, according to SportsworldGhana.com.
The Real Oviedo center-forward has emerged as one of the outstanding players for the Black Meteors in the ongoing U-23 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, prompting several clubs from Europe to show interest in the Ghanaian.
He has so far scored a goal with two brilliant assists to his credit at the tournament.
He made his debut for Ghana against Cameroon in the opening game which ended in a draw. He came on as a substitute to play his first competitive game for Ghana.
The stalwart striker scored and also provided an assist in the Black Meteors’ 3-2 loss to hosts in Egypt in his second game and has since been a delight to watch at the tourney, dominating the headlines in major news tabloids.
Obeng, 22, whose current transfer market value is around 200K€, contract with Spanish side Real Oviedo expires in June 2021.
Coach Ibrahim Tanko’s side are chasing their first-ever Olympic Games qualification for the first time since 2004 and will be hoping to beat South Africa on Friday at the Cairo International Stadium to make a historic qualification to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.