Juventus and Bayern Munich chasing Ibrahim Karamoko

Ibrahim Karamoko is getting a lot of attention from the likes of Juventus and Bayern Munich following some excellent displays for Chievo Verona.

Aged just 17 and already having experience of playing in the Serie A, Ibrahim Karamako is yet another exciting French starlet who’s tipped for a bright future. Several big clubs are keeping tabs on.

These are exciting times for France. The country boasts a plethora of starlets who are a major attraction for some of the best clubs in Europe. And it becomes more and more difficult for smaller clubs to keep hold of their prized assets.

With the market value of established stars soaring high, many clubs look to the future. And at 17, Ibrahim Karamoko is one of those players who is getting a lot of admiring glances from all across Europe.

Last season, the youngster managed two appearances in the Serie A. This was a rare occurrence for a 17 year old to play twice in the competition.

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Karamoko’s beginnings though, were very humble. He wasn’t able to get much of a look from French clubs and eventually moved to Italy where Chievo saw something in him. And clearly that has worked out. At such a tender age, the youngster has an imposing frame.

According to Foot Mercato, the likes of Internazionale, Juventus and Bayern Munich have already gotten in touch with Chievo to sign the youngster. With the club already relegated to Serie B, Karamoko might want to leave.

Under contract until 2021, Ibrahim Karamoko is the sort of talent that will be a future star for any club wanting to sign him.

Such mute has his been rise that he is yet to represent France at any age group. However, that hasn’t affect his development.

But it might be better if Karamoko stays at Chievo for one more season and get used to playing first team football before leaving for a bigger destination.

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