Italian Newspaper, Tutto Mercato Web has described FC Kallon Liberian Striker, Emmanuel Gono as a young African striker for the future.

The Italian online publication recently published that, “Udinese is ready to bet strongly on a young African striker for the future, probably testing him in the spring and then making him available to the big players. We are talking about Emmanuel Gono, a striker born in 2005 who had a trial with Udinese in recent weeks and would now be about to move to Italy from FC Kallon. Tactically we are talking about a center-forward with a great physique, who certainly needs to increase muscle mass but already with a good foundation: from a technical point of view it is difficult to compare him to the most famous of the Liberians, George Weah.”

Meanwhile, News emerging from Liberia that FC Kallon Forward has reportedly passed trial in Italy. The Liberian Forward who is reportedly on Loan to Fc Kallon From Muscat FC was one of the two players that were scouted by Udinese in Italy.

According to Liberia Sports International, Muscat FC authorities are happy with the news and keen on seeing Liberia’s Under 20 player move to Europe to continue his soccer dream. The club also stands to benefit from 40% of the sale on the deal for Gono if all goes well.

Gono, the 6ft3 striker was scouted by Udinese while playing for Kallon in a U-19 tournament in Italy recently. According to reports, negotiations, and paperwork are ongoing to complete the deal. He will start at the youth level.

However, FC Kallon Head Coach, Mohamed Kallon is yet to update the public about the try-out status of the players in Italy. Recently, the gaffer informed the public that two young lads from his team are undergoing trials with one of the best teams in the Italian Serie A, “Udinese Calcio.”

Kallon is still in Italy as he posted a video of himself watching an Italian Serie A match between Hellas Verona and Inter Milan on Thursday evening.