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Ayman Sellouf Attracting Interest From MLS And European Clubs

A source tells Concacafwonderkids that Pacific FC’s Ayman Sellouf has interest from teams in MLS and Europe.

Ayman is currently leading Pacific FC to first in the Canadian Premier League, also turning them into one of the favorites to lift the CPL trophy for a second time. He currently is leading the league in assists and is also fifth in goals. With 5 goals and 6 assists respectively, Ayman is one of the only three players in the CPL this season to have at least 10 goal contributions this season and doing it while only starting in 10/17 games so far this season.

The Left Winger has played 18 games so far for Pacific FC. The 21-year-old joined the team as a free agent this last offseason, having last played for FC Utrecht U21’s. He also has played 50 games in the Netherlands for NEC Nijmegen as well as FC Utrecht U21’s, where he got 2 goals and 3 assists in those games. 

With Ayman’s contract expiring in December, Ayman could be a nice option for someone who is looking for someone cheap on the wing with bags of potential. Ayman currently has a club option on his contract for another season. If that club option does get taken, Ayman would still be a cheap option for a team looking to spend little to potentially get big, with the biggest selling in CPL history being for just over 200k.


Over the years, multiple MLS teams have gone for players from the Canadian Premier League. Joel Waterman, who was at the world cup with Canada and has had interest from Turkish teams in the past, is one of the biggest names to make the move from the CPL to the MLS. Other players like Mo Farsi and Lukas MacNaughton among others show that the CPL, although being an incredibly young league, is a league that showed that it can export numerous talents to the MLS and beyond. And Ayman looks to be the next player in a lengthy list of talent that could be making the move from the CPL to MLS or Europe.


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