Juventus continues to monitor the international market in search of talent and new reforms for its youth sector. After the recent purchases made in the winter transfer window, with the arrivals of Fernandes and Jakupovic for the Primavera, and of Ocampos Ibarra for the Under16, in these days a new player has been tested in Vinovo. This is Richard Odada, African midfielder class 2000 and recently viewed in the Juventus sports center.

Registered for AFC Leopards, Odada is part of the Kenya national team’s Under20 selection, where he participated in the last qualifying rounds of the Africa Cup of the category. In the last year he took part in the KPL U20, the Kenyan youth championship with the Leopards Under20, and in recent months aggregated to the first team that plays in the first local series. Recently he has toured Europe with his agents for auditions, such as in Serbia and Switzerland, before touching the Vinovo stage.

Last Wednesday he took part in the Ale & Ricky Camp in the friendly match of Juventus Primavera against Legia Warsaw (HERE the news), taking over during the second half. He played as a Central midfielder in front of the defence, showing a good technique but also a bit ‘of slowness, legs and thought, on the rhythms that required the race. To be evaluated again if the Juventus leadership will continue to test it in the coming weeks and if it will consider the idea of weaving it. Further updates coming soon…

Juventus eyes Kenya KPL U20 teen Richard Odada
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Juventus eyes Kenya KPL U20 teen Richard Odada
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Juventus eyes Kenya KPL U20 teen Richard Odada
Courtesy of www.giovanibianconeri.it
Juventus eyes Kenya KPL U20 teen Richard Odada
Courtesy of www.giovanibianconeri.it
Juventus eyes Kenya KPL U20 teen Richard Odada
Courtesy of www.giovanibianconeri.it
Juventus eyes Kenya KPL U20 teen Richard Odada
Courtesy of www.giovanibianconeri.it

 

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