Arsenal has made up a move in signing Kenyan born star that will help the team win trophies in the near future. Congratulations to the English team as it has been nurturing new talents over the years and this saves the team from excessive spending over signing new players.
The Gunners have knocked the doors of Eastern African Young talents and landed on a Kenyan Striker Ben Messo who could be the next talented player to play the white and red stripes.This is a major boost in Kenyan football talents and it's an inspiration to many. The young boy becomes the second to join English premier league after Victor Mugubi Wanyama.The reports indicates clearly that the young stricker has a quick feet and knows how to find the back of the net with relative ease,it is with this reason that the Gunners have decided to sign him in their academy and they will be waiting to see his amazing skills with the London team in the near future.
This becomes a motivation to many,both the aged and small boys who have passion in their various talents. It's also a motivation to various teams to start nurturing their talents at the grass roots. The young stars from academy have been seen shining in their football career ,the likes of Bukayo Saka ,Rashford among others
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