Aldrine Kibet , 17 Year old Kenyan Set to Join Spanish Club.

Aldrine Kibet Set to join Spanish club.

Aldrine Kibet Football Journey.

Aldrine Kibet the 17 Year old boy from St. Anthony Boyd Kitale, Made headlines in the recently concluded secondary school games recently concluded at Bukhungu stadium in Kakamega county.

Kibet’s magical football skills amazed Kenyans which sparked discussions on social media concerning his football future.

Aldrine Kibet plays as a center forward for the ‘Solidarity boys’ as they are well known, he scored a total of 25 goals and 27 assists.

Aldrine Kibet with then Deputy President (now President) William Ruto.

His hardwork saw him being rewarded as the most valuable player in the recently concluded secondary school games.

On the final match played against Dagoreti High school at the fully parked Bukhungu stadium, Kibet scored all the 2 goal which saw his team take the victory.

His great performance in dribbling and shooting techniques attracted the attention of the foreign scouting clubs.

As per the report Kibet is set to join a Spanish second-division club in Madrid, however the club remains undisclosed.

He will join the clubs U-18s squad before making it to the U-23 squad and later be included in the senior squad.

According to Kibet his main ambition is to play for the English side Arsenal and hopefully help them win the league.

“One day, I will help Arsenal win the league” He said.

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