By Anye Valentine, Bamenda
Head coach of the Indomitable Lions has opened talks with Manchester United Teen Anthony Elanga for a possible switch of Nationality to represent the Cameroon national team.
The 19-year-old forward who is the son of former indomitable defender, Joseph Elanga, was born in Sweden, and has been representing the country at the youth level.
Reports say the current coach of the Indomitable Lions squad has opened negotiations to convince the young lad to come represent his country of origin.
Anthony Elanga had a wonderful performance at Malmo before gaining his spotlight in the Red squad under German trainer, Ralf Ragnick.
Elanga has made eight Premier League appearances for the Red Devils this season and looks set for more playtime under Ragnick.
The teenager has netted three goals across all competitions for United.
His father played for Cameroon from 1998 to 2002 and was a member of the 1998 World Cup team. He made 17 appearances for the Indomitable Lions.
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