Levante of Spain winger, Moses Simon has the task of motivating a fellow-African player in the squad, following their signing of Moroccan kid, Chams Eddine Limour.
The 17-year-old Moroccan has signed his first professional contract with the Spanish La Liga side on a six-month deal, and Simon will now play the role of ‘big brother’ for the lad.
The Morocco under-17 international said he is happy and proud to join Simon at Levante, where he now hopes to lay a solid foundation for his career and shoot quickly into the squad’s main team.
Levante have an option to extend the contract for Simon’s new protege, who arrives from Paris Saint-Germain’s under-17 team, and could be at the Liga outfit for a further two years.
The kid, who is now bound to understudy Simon, said: “It is with great pride that I join Levante by signing my first professional contract.”