Kelvin John is only 18 years old. But he has already experienced great competition in his young career such as the U17 World Cup. Better, he already has a selection in team A with Tanzania. Discovering the “Tanzanian Mbappé”.
He still doesn’t have the course, nor the aura of Kylian Mbappé, French international. But, Kelvin John still has all the predispositions to hatch at the highest levels of professional football. Powerful, skilled with the ball at his feet and also gifted with supersonic speed, his nickname “Tanzaniano Mbappé” is not usurped. Because Kelvin John has a part of the French international in his game.
He trained at Brooke House College, England on Taifa star The 18-year-old has already played in CAN U17 in 2019. The young striker is part of the “Generation Stars” of the prestigious English newspaper The Guardian. A ranking from the British tabloid that ranks young players who have not yet signed a first professional contract, despite their immense talent.
Genk protects the gem
The Tanzanian forward will play his first minutes as a professional next season in Belgium, P1. Kelvin John signed a three-year contract with Racing Genk on Friday 25 June.
The youngster will begin training with the Racing Genk A team upon his arrival. The Limburg club finished 4th with 56 points last season in the Jupiler Pro League. Racing Genk could count on its nugget next year to improve its results in the Belgian championship.
Welcome, 𝗞𝗲𝗹𝘃𝗶𝗻 𝗝𝗼𝗵𝗻! 👋
The best talents of Tanzania (18) kiest voor eleven ploeg. Bedankt voor de tip, Ally!
– KRC Genk (@KRCGenkofficial) June 25, 2021