Malawi young gem Henri Kumwenda on Liverpool radar: Arsenal, Man City also set sights

Sensational young Malawian football player Henri Kumwenda who has been in Leeds United Academy now in its Under-18 team is on the radar  of English Premiership League teams who want to sign him, with league leaders Liverpool stepping in front for this January transfer window, according to UK’s Football Insider.

Henri Kumwenda scored the winning spot-kick as Leeds United defeated Sheffield Wednesday in FA Youth Cup
Young sensational Henri Kumwenda on the radar of English Premiership top clubs

Kumwenda came in UK while he was a toddler and her mother Wetherby-based Panji Kumwenda confirms that he joined football academy since then.

He has been with Leeds United and also featured  for the club’s Under 23 side.

The  Malawian-born now  British citizen is now 18-years-old and is yet to sign a professional contract.

However, the mother refused discuss about the  matter , saying the player has an agent who handles the matters.

The agent could not immediately comment, but several online publication in UK are awash with reports that apart from Liverpool’s interest, Arsenal and Manchester City are also in hunt of Kumwenda.

The Football Insider reports that the teenage forward has overcome injury problems to blow scouts away with his recent performances at age-group level.

“Arsenal and Man City, like Liverpool, have the resources and prestige to make the youngster a compelling offer and sign him over the coming weeks.

“He was the stand-out player for Leeds in recent youth cup wins against Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday.,” reports the Football Insider.

Kumwenda scored the winning spot-kick as Leeds United defeated Sheffield Wednesday 5-4 on penalties last Thursday after the match had finished 2-2.

This sealed Leeds’ progress to the fifth round of the prestigious FA Youth Cup.

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Concerned citizen
8 months ago

Great talent.

Walter what have you done to ensure we get this talent locked in to the flames.

Let us not loose him to England.

wa Nyau
wa Nyau
8 months ago

if u read carefully you will see that he is a citizen of England,which means he cant play for flames

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8 months ago
Reply to  wa Nyau

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MORCY B
MORCY B
8 months ago
Reply to  wa Nyau

shaaaaa…!!!!

Kuswa Kuswa
Kuswa Kuswa
8 months ago

Uyu ndi ntumbuka wa uk…not for flames. Stop wasting our time on useless things.

Soso
Soso
8 months ago

Please, use quarter system in football as well

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
8 months ago
Reply to  Soso

No jealousy stupid quota system in the UK, kikikikiiiiiiii.

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Kkkkkk
8 months ago
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Opportunist
Opportunist
8 months ago

Good news

Grecium saka
Grecium saka
8 months ago
Reply to  Opportunist

Akadzadziwa mpira sadzasowa….. Khalano phee

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