European Star Expresses Interest in Playing for Vietnamese National Team

Vietnamese-origin talent Viktor Tran aiming to strengthen Vietnam national football team

The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) continues its search for talented overseas Vietnamese players to bolster the national team against regional rivals utilizing foreign recruits. In this pursuit, VFS (Vietnam Football Scout) recently highlighted Viktor Tran, a promising Vietnamese player based in Hungary. Tran, also known as Tran Ba Duy Vu, is a towering 17-year-old central defender standing at 1m82, showcasing potential for growth. Currently honing his skills at Hungary’s Nyiregyhaza Spartacus Club in the country’s second division, Tran boasts an impressive record of 107 appearances in Hungarian youth competitions, hinting at a possible promotion to the first team. With fluency in English, Hungarian, and Vietnamese, Tran’s multicultural background positions him to potentially represent Vietnam at the international level. Expressing his eagerness to don the Vietnamese jersey, Tran’s eligibility for the national team is underlined by his familial ties to Vietnam and his willingness to don the colors of his heritage on the pitch. As such, Viktor Tran emerges as a promising prospect for Vietnam’s footballing future and a symbol of hope for the VFF’s efforts in scouting and recruiting Vietnamese talent from around the globe.

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