The two Singaporean talents are heading to FC Groningen, where their father once played.

FC Groningen’s supporters cheer their team during the Dutch KNVB Cup football final match between PEC Zwolle and FC Groningen on May 3, 2015 at the Feyenoord stadium in Rotterdam. AFP PHOTO

Last month it was reported that Leeds United were set to bring in two players from Singapore on trial.

The Straits Times reported that brothers Irfan Fandi, a defender who has 11 caps for Singapore, and his brother, midfielder Ikshan Fandi would be arriving at the club upon the completion of their national service.

Now the same paper is reporting that their national service finishes next week and they are indeed on their way to Europe for trials. However, they will not be with Leeds United, at least not yet.

The report claims that the Fandi brothers, Irfan 20 and Ikhsan 18, will in fact go on trial at Dutch side FC Groningen.

Jamal Rashed of Bahrain (R) challenges Irfan Fandi of Singapore for the ball during the 2019 Asian Cup Qualifier match between Singapore and Bahrain at National Stadium on November 14,…

The pairs father is Ahmad Fandi. He is Singapore’s record goalscorer with 55 goals and in the mid-80s he became one of the rare players from his country to play in mainland Europe – with Groningen.

Therefore it is no surprise to see that the Dutch side would take a look at the two talented young players.

It is not known whether Leeds remain in the hunt for the pair but it seems they are not alone in wanting to take a look at the brothers.

Former national football player Fandi Ahmad runs with the torch during the opening ceremony of the biennial Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Singapore’s National Stadium on June 5, 2015….

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