Ethan Ampadu is being traced by Arsenal after making his debut in Exeter City
The 15-year-old Ethan Ampadu, son of Kwame Ampadu- coach of Arsenal Academy is being traced by the Gunners. They want the boy as his performance in the game is astonishing. Considered as one of the youngest players to debut and has a bright future. His talents made him to start as the centre-back for the Grecians. He played for the EFL Cup averse to Brentford on Tuesday.
"The biggest compliment I can give him is that he plays like a 35-year-old,' said Paul Tisdale, Exeter Boss to BBC Radio Devon.
"That's not normally the English way - we like drama, we like spark. But we don't often encourage and cultivate subtle, classy players, and he's one of those."
"He finished school and he came straight in to train with the first team." said Ethan’s father.
Within a month Ampadu will be turning 16 and is entitled to play for Ghana, England and Ireland. For an age of 15 it is highly appreciable that he is wanted by the top clubs like Arsenal and Tottenham.