Leeds United strike a deal to sign England U16 goalkeeper Darryl Ombang, with the prospect of Bradford seen as one of the most promising shot-stoppers in the country
- Leeds United to sign a deal for goalkeeper Darryl Ombang
- The Bradford star is seen as one of the most promising stars in its position
- Ombang played for England U16 side and is a regular for Bradford U18s
Leeds are closing in on a deal for England youth goalkeeper Darryl Ombang.
The Elland Road club are about to raid their fellow Yorkshire outfit Bradford to sign their 16-year-old academy product Ombang.
Ombang is considered one of the most promising young goalkeepers in England.
Leeds United are close to signing England youth goalkeeper Darryl Ombang (second from left)
The club, which is led by Marcelo Bielsa, has attracted interest from United and Everton
He was a fixture with Bradford’s under-18s last season, playing for the first time when he was 14 years old.
His potential was further recognized by his inclusion in the England Under-16 squad this season.
Ombang has also been eyed by the likes of Manchester United and Everton, although Leeds are poised to secure his signature.