North London duo Arsenal and Tottenham are both interested in signing the 15-year-old, as well as Chelsea and Manchester City.
The English clubs join PSG, Barcelona and Real Madrid in the list of clubs that have shown an interest in Ngoy. The wonderkid actually could have been a sprinter instead of a footballer, but his father Didier has decided to move the striker to England, sparking a flood of interest from the Premier League.
Brussels academy director Nkandu Ntondo has spoken highly of Ngoy, and thinks he could be the next star in European football.
“Julien is a big talent, one of the biggest I have seen in my academy. No decision has been made yet,” Ntondo said.
Ngoy is not attached to a Belgium club, meaning that teams will have to negotiate with the famous Brussels academy where his skills were sharpened.
The 6ft striker’s profile rose considerably on the back of two impressive outings for Belgium’s U16 side in March. The forward’s father now believes that his son is ready to move to a top club, where he can continue to develop into a world class European footballer.
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