With his loan spell finished at Belgian Pro League side Cercle Brugge, South African striker Lyle Foster has returned to his parent club AS Monaco in France as they start pre-season.
Foster signed a long term contract with AS Monaco in January 2019 from Soweto giants Orlando Pirates and within six months of his arrival he was already promoted to the club’s first team for the 2019/20 season.
He even made his senior debut before being loaned out to affiliate club Cercle Brugge in Belgium.
In 18 appearances in the Belgian Pro League Foster scored one goal and assisted a further strike while playing mostly as a winger.
It remains to be seen where the teenager will be playing next season.
But for now he will be working hard to show coach Roberto Moreno that he is worthy of being included in the Monaco squad for the 2020/21 season.
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By Prince Sobayeni