KAS Eupen has signed professional contracts with four junior players from the successful U21 team for a term of two years. This gives Boris Lambert, Ayoub Al Harrak, Gary Magnée and Rabbi Djongambo the chance to take the next step towards a professional career with KAS Eupen.
Season preparation training camp with the 1st team
The four young players are Belgians originating from the region and have completed most of their training at KAS Eupen. They belong to the U21 team of KAS Eupen, which reached the Belgian cup final a few weeks ago. Their contracts with KAS Eupen run until June 30, 2021, during which time they have the chance to develop further with the U21 and the professionals of KAS Eupen and to compete for a place in the 1st team squad. To start with, the four junior players will take part in the season preparation with the 1st team and thus also participate in the training camp in Bitburg.
Gary Magnée is 19 years old, lives in Soumagne and is a right defender.
Boris Lambert is 19 years old, comes from Bastogne and as a central defender he can also be used in defensive midfield.
Ayoub El Harrak is 20 years old, lives in Magnée and is a midfielder.
Rabbi Djongambo is 20 years old. The striker comes from Herstal.
Christoph Henkel: “Promoting talents is a major goal of KAS Eupen”
After signing the contracts, KAS Director General Christoph Henkel stated: “Promoting young talents is one of the most important policies of KAS Eupen. We are particularly pleased that we have now been able to sign four junior players from the region and thus offer them the chance to develop further with us and hopefully also to make the leap into the first team. We keep our fingers crossed for Gary, Boris, Ayoub and Rabbi for the next steps in their careers and wish them every success.”