After impressing during a six day trial at French Ligue 1 side Le Havre earlier this month, Club Athletique Bizertin forward Wajdi Jabbari is now in Germany to attempt to do the same in three days with Borussia Dortmund.
The talented 18-year-old will undergo physical and
technical tests during his time with the club before flying back to Tunisia in
order to rejoin Les Requins du Nord.
Jabbari has scored four goals this season for the
yellow and black outfit, doubling his tally from last season when he became the
youngest player to ever take part in a Tunisian league game. He is also a
member of the north African country’s U21 team and is expected to feature for the Eaglets when they play in the 2009 Mediterranean games in Pescara, Italy.
Borussia Dortumund and Le Havre are not the only
parties interested in signing the youngster. Both Werder Bremen and Bayer
Leverkusen are said to be admirers of the player as well and Jabbari might well
be visiting them once he has played the last match of the season in early May,
making it all the more certain that he’ll be moving abroad next year.