Meet The Brazilian Wonderkid Dubbed The Next Neymar Who is Set For A Move To Manchester City
By Footballwizzardjerry | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 4 views
Kayky Da Silva is a professional footballer who plays his trade in the brazilian youth league for Fluminense u17. The forward is widely regarded as the "next Neymar" by fans, pundits and Managers alike, due to his pace, trickery and excellent vision for goal.
The 17 year old played a major role in the team that won the brasiliero u17 championship last season, winning the top scorer award in the tournament as well.
Manchester city scouts spotted the rising star, and Manager pep Gurdiola is keeping tabs on the young prospect as he is looking for fresh blood to bloster the cityzens attack.
Reports suggest that the Premeir league heavyweights Manchester city have been in talks with Fluminense over the signature of the 17 year old on a deal worth upto £21.5M.
At just 17 years of age Kayky has all the time in the world to flourish into a new superstar provided he makes right decisions regarding his future club, however Manchester city would be a perfect destination for the young Brazilian.
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