Genk’s Pierre Dwomoh pictured in action during a friendly match between Jupiler Pro League team KRC Genk and French team RC Lens, Saturday 01 August 2020 in Genk. BELGA PHOTO JOHAN EYCKENS (Photo by JOHAN EYCKENS/BELGA MAG/AFP via Getty Images)KRC Genk defender Ebou Kouassi has described Ghanaian whizkid Pierre Dwomoh as asuper talent.The highly-rated full-back has been promoted to the first team of KRC Genk following his superlative performance for the sides second team last season.Dwomoh is battling for a place in coach Hannes Wolfs starting lineup alongside Dries Wouters, Bryan Heynen and Eboue Kouassi.The youngsterisseen as a great talent at KRC Genk andKouassi who has taken the Ghanaian under his wings believes the 16-year-old has to find his way to fulfill his potential.
“That’s right. In this way I try to keep everyone on their toes, the Ivorian defender said.Young people too, such as Pierre Dwomoh. A super talent who has to find his way in football.
Then you have to help him a little as an older player. Sometimes with a firm tackle, sometimes with a pat on the back. I sort of think of Pierre as my smaller brother. In the same way, I got the help of Charles Kabor at Krasnodar, who now plays at Marseille.
In the summer, Dwomoh extended his contract which will keep him at the Luminus Arena until 2024.He was attracting interest from Juventus, Chelsea, Arsenal and Bayern Munich before he appended his signature on the new Genk deal.