Ghana striker Majeed Waris likely to play under USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann at Spartak Moscow
By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris could be facing Jurgen Klinsmann at the 2014 World Cup while he plays for the Black Stars but is likely to play under him as coach when he returns to Spartak Moscow.
But the 22-year-old will have the chance to advertise his striking prowess against the German in Brazil when he plays for Ghana against Klinsmann’s USA at the 2014 World Cup.
But could return from his loan spell in France to play under him as his new manager at Spartak Moscow.
According to reports carried by news outlet Izvestia, Spartak Sporting Director Dmitry Popov has already initiated talks with the ex-German star who is currently head coach of the United States.
Spartak are unimpressed with the manager Valeriy Karpin’s performance and are planning to replace him with Klinsmann at the end of the season.
However, Klinsman is preparing the Yankees for the 2014 World Cup where they will face the Black Stars with Waris likely to feature against him.
Waris has been farmed out to French side Valenciennes where he has been highly impressive scoring 5 goals in 9 league games and will return to Moscow at the end of the season though he has expressed his willingness to remain in France.