Attractive Offers: Former Revolution Player Isaac Angking Noticed

Attractive Offers: Former Revolution Player Isaac Angking Noticed

Out Of Contract

As of the end of 2020, Issac Angking is a free agent. When the offseason began, BIBS writer Mathew Bluestein on twitter rumored that Angking would not return to Revolution II either. Malaysian news outfit Harian Metro noted in an article that Malaysia Super League champions Johor Darul Ta'zim contacted Isaac Angking. JDT, for short, has been the MSL champions since 2014. It seems as though more attractive offers lie on the table elsewhere though.

Angking With Attractive Offers

Attractive offers on the table for this young man of 20 years old, on the field against North Texas SC.
Credit: Revolution Communications

Angking's agent, Nicco Roffo, was contacted for a quote in HM's article, about the player's apparent signing for the Southern Tigers. Many news outfits had rumored for weeks that Isaac would be heading to Malaysia for sure. Roffo, an ICM Stellar Sports agent, told HM that "Isaac and JDT have talked about the matter". He continued on, "but so far no official offer has been received from the team". Nicco went on to mention several offers luring Angking in Europe and the USA. I reached out to Nicco today to ask about specifics in Europe to no avail.

Isaac To Pass On JDT If No Serious Offer

Isaac has been loyal to the Revolution since joining the Academy in 2015 as a 15-year-old talent. In 2018, when he signed with the Revolution first team, Angking could have easily gone on trial with European clubs. He chose not to go abroad to honor his commitment to the Revolution. Obviously, the status of his commitment to the Revolution is no longer, since their split in December. His agent noted in that same Harian Metro article that if JDT does not offer a serious contract to Isaac, they will pass on the Malaysian Super League champions. Finding a home in Europe with one of those teams looking to take him on trial would be great for Isaac's talent and growth.

Written by Chris Creighton

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