- South African teenager, Constandino Christodoulou, is on trial at Manchester City
- The SA under-17 captain has been training with City’s under-18 side
- Reports indicate Christodoulou was scouted at the 2017 under-17 Cosafa Cup
Constandino Christodoulou caught the eye of Manchester City scouts and has earned himself a trial at the English Premier League champions.
The Cityzens set a blistering pace last season and are leading the log this term again.
The South African under-17 skipper has an opportunity of a lifetime as he hopes to prove himself and earn a contract.
Christodoulou is currently with Maritzburg United as the reserve side compete in the Multichoice Diski Challenge.
The young prodigy has been training with the Absa Premiership side for the last 2 seasons.
United have also issued a statement via social media where they wish him well for the trail.
Briefly.co.za understands that the Hilton College student was first spotted by City scouts in 2017 at the under-17 Cosafa Cup.
Soccer Laduma reported that Christodoulou possesses a Cyprian passport, which would facilitate the move to Manchester.
The passport will enable him to move between clubs as he has already turned 16.
South Africa has been represented in the English Premier League previously with the likes of Shaun Bartlett, Lucas Radebe and company.
Currently, Tyrique Bartlett, son of Shaun, and Siph Mdlalose are playing at Newcastle United and Southampton respectively.
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