(3) Algerian league players are close to professionalism in Europe
The Algerian Football League is full of distinguished talents who are able to follow the path of success in the largest European leagues, despite the failure experienced by local clubs in African competitions over the past years. According to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, from its own sources, 3 young players from the Algerian league are on their way to professionalism in Europe, and they are the Paradou club duo, Adam Zarkan and Hamza Mowali, in addition to the Belouizdad youth wing, Mohamed Islam Belkheir. These sources confirmed that Zerkan, who was present with the Algerian national team in the camp last March, is very close to professionalism with the Belgian club Genk, which will play in the Champions League next season, while his colleague Mwali is in negotiations with French clubs, Similar to Lyon and Saint-Etienne. For his part, Belkheir has important offers from France, such as an offer from Valenciennes club belonging to the second division, and another from the newly promoted Troyes, which aims to build a strong team and ensure survival in the French first division next season. These players aim to walk the path of success in the “old continent”, as was the case with the trio Rami Ben Sabaini, Hisham Boudawi and Youssef Attal, who learned the ABCs of football at Paradou Club, before making their way towards professionalism, and becoming one of the most important players in the team The Algerian.