Vanuatu wonderkid Azariah Soromon could be making a sensational move to Europe, according to unconfirmed rumours.
The 18-year-old Nalkutan star broke through at the Pacific Mini Games where he scored six goals and finished second in the top goalscorers list.
The goals included a winner against New Caledonia, a hat trick against Tuvalu and a double against Tonga.
Now a rumour is circulating that he has impressed enough to secure a trip to Europe in search of more football experience and potential trials at professional clubs.
The rumours are not confirmed at the moment and OceaniaFC.com has asked for confirmation from Nalkutan.
Soromon would not be the first player to move from Vanuatu to a foreign club for a trial. Last year Bong Kalo blazed a new path for players in the region after securing a trial at Leganes – the La Liga club which has just knocked Real Madrid out of the Copa Del Rey.
He then moved to Ascona FC in Switzerland and is expected to return there once the Oceania Champions League is over.
Ronaldo Wilkins, another young Vanuatu striker, was sent on trial to Brazilian giants Sao Paulo in November and reports from Brazil indicate he was one of the top performers in the trial. He is now set to join Rewa FC in Fiji after securing a transfer from Shepherds United.