Jamaican wonderkid ‘Whisper’ set to sign with EPL club
Dujaun 'Whisper' Richards. (Photo: Football Talent Scout)

Kingston College (KC) standout Dujuan 'Whisper' Richards is set to sign a contract with a top English Premier League (EPL) football club in a matter of days, the Jamaica Observer has been reliably informed.

It is understood that Richards, who recently went on a two-week trial with EPL side Newcastle United, is expected to sign the contract on Friday in Kingston.

READ: 'Whisper' Richards set for Newcastle trial

The 17-year-old enjoyed a sensational campaign in the recently-concluded schoolboy season, netting more than 30 goals while providing 19 assists for KC.

He also recently received his maiden national senior men’s call-up, and is expected to feature in two upcoming friendly international games for the Reggae Boyz against Trinidad and Tobago.

The first of the two-game series will be played at the Montego Bay Sports Complex in St James on Saturday, March 11. The second match will be played Tuesday, March 14 at the National Stadium in Kingston.

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