Zambian Charles Musonda is the most wanted teenager in Europe

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Charles Musonda Junior , the third son of the former Zambian international, Charles Musonda s the most wanted teenager in Europe. The likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Real Madrid and ­Barcelona are all tracking the ­brilliant 14-year-old ­Belgian boy.

Charly is the youngest, and most gifted, of the three Musonda boys who are all signed by Belgian club Anderlecht.

But now Manchester City, the richest club in the world, have entered the frame.

And the Musonda family are considering an offer estimated to be worth £900,000-a-year to move to Manchester.

Under European football laws, clubs cannot buy a boy under the age of 16.

But if the family move to a new city in Europe and want their son to join a club in the specific area, nobody can stop them.

Charly Musonda, the boy’s father and a former footballer, said: “We have had invitations to come to Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City.

“So far I have said no to all of them. But the amount of money which has been offered to us is now crazy.

“We have been to look at the set up of Barcelona and at the same time a Real Madrid scout has assured us that my son Charly Jr. would definitely get a place in Madrid.”

City now lead the chase to sign Charly junior and his brothers Lamisha (18) and Tika (16).

The £900,000-a-year offer is thought to be double the deal tabled by Barcelona and Real Madrid. Their father explained why City want all three boys.

He said: “Lamisha is small, but he has great moves and pace.

“Tika is a lot bigger than his brothers. He plays at the back and has a great pass.

“But Charly Jr. is a lovely mixture of technique and cleverness.”

Jan Boskamp, the former Stoke and Anderlecht boss, has seen the youngster in action.

He said: “Charly is the best of all young talents, a mix of Xavi and Iniesta.

“There is not a kid at his age who is so brilliant.”/Mirror/UKZAMBIANS

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13 Comments

  1. Best chirwa February 3, 2014 at 1:31 pm -  Reply

    Why cant u boys come and help ur cauntry?Mr best chirwa.Lusaka zambia

  2. Christopher bunda July 2, 2013 at 8:47 pm -  Reply

    Please we want u to play 4 zambia

    • Bokola Justin July 6, 2013 at 5:42 pm -  Reply

      hi Charly cool. this is Justin we played together in the under under games for the zccm then in Zambia in the 1984. I am so proud of you my friend it so wonderful to see how you are managing your family. God bless you! am now couching Orapa United football club premier division in Botswana. am seriously following the progress of these boys

  3. Ceaser chola thaimu December 7, 2012 at 9:18 am -  Reply

    Big ups boys,congrats

  4. Mundele Machena August 24, 2012 at 5:19 am -  Reply

    How far has FAZ gone on the issue of Charles Musonda’s children.

  5. Magen Fantauzzi January 4, 2012 at 11:08 am -  Reply

    I saw that thing, too, and it was turning some heads. Can’t believe it’s real. Wow, I want to be a cop in Winthrop Harbor now. Ha ha.

  6. Dominic chanda mwape September 27, 2011 at 6:12 am -  Reply

    We are proud of you boys,you have made all Zambians soccer lover happy

  7. chuulu dolenzie August 19, 2011 at 5:29 pm -  Reply

    so proud of you young man ,bring as back that glory

  8. simon mwewa August 13, 2011 at 12:35 pm -  Reply

    congratulations boy u done us proud.

  9. Darlington Kahilu July 18, 2011 at 1:40 pm -  Reply

    Congratulations Charlie Cool, at last we have your football memories in your sons. As for Charly Jr., I can say let the Almighty God guide him in his carrier. I hope and pray that not long from now, these boys will wear the Zambian colors.

  10. Pounds and pence July 11, 2011 at 6:39 pm -  Reply

    mwaiche wawinna.. Don’t forget your roots though. Well done

  11. Jeff edwards July 10, 2011 at 1:09 pm -  Reply

    Congrats young boy. We shal keep on supportn u!

  12. Donqueen July 10, 2011 at 10:53 am -  Reply

    Congratulations Boy. My advise to you and the family is to continue sticking to living in Europe as there is high discipline in sport. When you turn 21,then you can also decide about your citizenry soccer wise. As much as Zambia can crave for you,think what is good for number 1 which could be either Zambia or Belgium befitting from your services.

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