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BRIAN SCIARETTA - Tuesday, June 4, 2013
YA has learned that U.S. U-17 standouts Shaquell Moore and Ahinga Selemani are currently on a series of trials in Germany.

Sources revealed that Moore and Selemani were previously at Hoffenheim earlier in the week and that the two are presently at Werder Bremen.

"It is true," Werder Bremen press officer Norman Ibenthal told YA on Tuesday. "Both are till tomorrow in Bremen for a trail."

Moore, 16, is a native of Georgia. He was the US U-17 captain and starting right back for the recent unsuccessful World Cup qualifying team in March.

Selemani, 17, is a forward from Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Scout92
Tuesday June 4, 2013 4:25 pm
More american youths going abroad, good to hear. We have so many already like pelosi(liverpool), Jflores(dortmund) kainoa bailey(bayer lev.), joshua perez(fiorentina), & ben lederman(barca). And a ton of others! We have a lot to look foward to in the future thats for sure.
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