Kevin Mauss-Martins , son of former Super Eagles forward, Obafemi Martins has signed his first professional contract with Serie A club Monza.
The striker featured for both AC Milan and Inter Milan before switching to Monza.
“First professional contract for striker born in 2005 Kevin Maussi Martins, who made his debut with AC Monza in the #spring 2-0 victory over Padova!✍️,” the modest club wrote on their official Twitter handle.
Mauss-Martins has represented Italy at the U-15 level but he is still eligible to play for Nigeria.
Meanwhile, his father, who played for Inter Milan during his active days has congratulated him on the feat.
“Congratulations my son, I’m so proud of you. I wish you a long and successful career at Monza,” the 38-year-old wrote.Copyright © 2022 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.
If father 38 years old has a son who has fully grown up to be robbing shoulders with senior teams in Seria, I wonder when did that father started giving birth.
May be just may be, the father started giving birth at a teenage hood or may be something is missing.
Just thinking loud nio
Go to ur village u will see j s 1 already pregnant for s s 1 boy already .
Hahahaha… @ Yinkus. Go easy brodaman. Sometimes yus waka pass. Lolzzz
This boy was born in 2005, meaning he’s 18 years….
Obagoal was already 21 years when this lad was born, and it’s very possible to have a child at 21.
So critics, bury your swords.
You get time to reply, in western world a 21y/o boys is over ready to start his family, they think it’s Nigeria where at 35y/o you still living under the same roof with your parents, to even think the father is a star and rich make it more easy and very possible.
Well said everyone this is just to make us laugh not to downgrade obagoal.
@Sportradio88.0, see for my village our children are saint, virgin so don’t think every boy or girl in every villages are corrupt.