15 years Ecuadorian Joya makes his debut at IDV scores

15 years! Ecuadorian “Joya” makes his debut at IDV, scores a great goal and Chelsea want to take it away from him

Independiente del Valle youth squad Kendry Páez drew attention with his early appearance and is one of the young talents who will feature in South America U-17.

Ecuador has emerged as one of the countries that performs best in the lower leagues and a clear example is Independiente del Valle. The current Copa Sudamericana champion is known for exporting soccer players abroad, and many of its domestic players featured at the last World Cup. As if that wasn’t enough, one of his most recent appearances is as a striker Kendy Paezwho made his debut aged just 15 and scored a great goal.

The young winger provided the Matagigantes with a 3-1 win over Mushuc Runa in LigaPro. After his good debut, the player was very happy and didn’t rule out taking part in the rematch against Flamengo for the Recopa Sudamericana.

“I am Prof. Dr. My debut was good and I also thank my teammates who helped me. Now we are concentrating on the Flamengo game,” he told Radio La Red.

Though his name gained more notoriety with his recent appearance, the journalist Fabrizio Romano, As an expert on transfer issues, he mentioned that Chelsea of ​​England have already arranged everything for the promising Northern footballer to join their ranks as soon as he turns 18.

“Chelsea have preempted a lot of clubs as there is a verbal agreement to sign Kendry and bring him to Europe in three years,” he said on his Twitter account.

Groups of the South American Sub-17

With less and less left for the start of the South America U-17 tournament, this tournament is expected to serve as a showcase for the continent’s new talent. In this sense, Conmebol has already announced the formation of the groups for the qualifying event for the World Championship of the category that will be held in Peru.

The South American Sub-17 awards four places to the next World Cup.  Photo: CONMEBOL

The South American Sub-17 awards four places to the next World Cup. Photo: CONMEBOL

In the case of the Bicolor, those led by Pablo Zegarra share one group with Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and Venezuela, while the other zone consists of Ecuador, Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia and Chile.