El Chadaille Bitshiabu. This name does not mean anything to you, but this defensive rock of 1m96 is the object of lusts of all Europe. However, this young player, born in Villeneuve Saint-Georges and only 15 years old, is above all a phenomenon of precocity. After joining PSG in 2017, El Chadaille Bitshiabu did not take long to win among young people at PSG by being regularly upgraded. Discovered by observers during the Al Kass tournament a few months ago, this French international U16 had stood out for his maturity as central defender, his impressive physique and the quality of his recovery on foot. These performances have attracted the recruiters of the biggest European clubs who dream of snatching this future crack from PSG, some of whom even believe that he can claim to already join the pro group of PSG.
The defensive rock (who has not signed ANS with his training club), who has resumed training with the U19 of PSG, and his entourage negotiate with Leonardo, the sports director of the capital club, and his assistant , Angelo Castellazzi, the signing of an aspiring contract of one year, accompanied by an automatic professional contract at his 16 years. Despite his young age and the inability of clubs to recruit him before his 16 years, several parties are forcing to attract him into their nets even if he does not play a few months.
El chadaille Bitshiabu (2005, 🇫🇷)
Selected in the France u16 team, the young central defender of Psg is the only 2005 of the selected.
A player who particularly impressed me at the Al Kass Cup this winter. pic.twitter.com/qjFGRsyR2I
– Talents under the microscope 🔎 (@FootballScoutYG) March 10, 2020
This is the case of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund as revealed RMC. But according to our information, the hottest club currently is Real Madrid. The Madrid club even has a hell of a head start to snatch this great talent from Paris. If nothing is lost for Leonardo and his family, El Chadaille Bitshiabu, who has been free since June 30, is closer to a departure than staying in Paris. If this promising player leaves, the overall strategy for training young talents, which has already been seriously shaken since the departure of Kouassi and Aouchiche, would take a big hit.