Born on August 26, 2002, Kays Ruiz-Atil is a french professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for ligue one giant Paris saint-Germain.
Ruiz-Atil drew the attention of medias in 2009 when he was recruited by Barcelona at only 7 years old. He was thought to be the next Leonel Messi with far more promising talents.
The situation got worst when New Manager Mauricio Pochettino arrived as head coach. He was sent back to train with the U19 squad.
Yesterday, on the 25th of May, he officially announced on Instagram page that he would leave PSG at the end of his contract.
However, there are new suitors attracted to this talented play who is seen as a Messi co-equal. Arsenal leads the race to land the young starlet, but Chelsea's head boss Thomas Tuchel won't easily back down without a fight.
The club is in touch with the player's agent to monitor the situation.
What is our take on this situation? Should Chelsea, an invincible side in all of Europe, land a next generational Leo Messi, do you think its rival will even stand a chance? Kindly drop your comments and like my Article, thank you for reading.
Check out for some of his crazy football skills in training the link below
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