Who is Arsenal academy player Leo Messo from Kenya, bio, age, position and stats

Who is Arsenal academy player Leo Messo from Kenya, bio, age, position and stats

Here is all you need to know about Arsenal academy wonderkid Leo Messo, including his age, career, records, nationality and more 

Arsenal has signed several young players belonging to their U-11 setup. The club appeared to be recruiting young players and developing them for the future as part of the all-saga plan.

Who is Arsenal academy player Leo Messo from Kenya, bio, age position and career stats

One of those U-17 player is Leo Messo and on his initial visit to the English club, the player was also given a marked FIFA card of his own. The teenager was apparently signed by the Premier League side on an academy scholarship.

The young player would play for the under-11 team of the Gunners. Supporters won’t be shocked if he eventually plays for the senior team on a major platform, given Arsenal’s history of developing young, gifted players. Here is all you need to know about the young rising player.

Who is Leo Messo?

Leo Messo is an U-11 youngster who was signed on an academy scholarship by Arsenal in 2021. He is currently 10 years old and hails from Kenya belonging to the southern part of the country. Regarding his background and ethnicity, it is said that he is from Kenya’s Nyanza Province.

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Who are Leo Messo’s parents?

There is no information about Leo Messo’s parents as of now. Not much is known about his personal life.

A look at Leo Messo’s career so far

Leo Messo is still a member of the Arsenal youth team. At the Gunner’s Academy, he is still developing in the early phases of his career and it is to be seen where his career holds on.

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Per reports, the exceptional young prospect played a portion of his formative years in England at West Ham United, Arsenal’s Premier League rival. With Gunner’s neighbour in London, the young player followed the recommended training regimens.

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Messo trained with the younger teams at West Ham, especially the athletes that were close to his own age. Prior to the start of the 2021–2022 Premier League season, he left his time with West Ham’s youth teams and joined Arsenal’s academic programme.

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