Three of Indonesian youngsters have reportedly received trial invitations from several J-League clubs amidst the domestic league’s unclear situation, according to Juara.net.
Midfielder Evan Dimas, 20, and Adam Alis, 21, and defender Hansamu Yama, 20 were all in the Garuda Muda squad for the 2015 SEA Games which ended their campaign as semifinalist.
Kei Koyama, the International Relationship Department of J-League, confirmed the trial news and revealed that he already met the players’ representatives to discuss the idea.
“Yes, there are a number of Japanese clubs who want to take them on trial, they are Evan Dimas, Adam Alis and Hansamu Yama,” he said.
“I have made a contact with their agents and the players have been told about the trial invitations. I think in the coming weeks we could realise the plan.”
Evan is first-choice playmaker at Persebaya Surabaya and Adam has opted to join Persija Jakarta earlier this tear, while Hansamu currently plies his trade at Barito Putera.