Louie Barry was the unexpected star of an Aston Villa-Liverpool FA Cup. The ‘villains’, who were affected by a coronavirus outbreak in their squad, had to play the match against the reigning Premier League champions with the entire U23 team. The very young 17-year-old footballer he led his own and scored a goal and all this, in the game that meant his debut with the Aston Villa first team.
Louie Barry, who started in the West Brom quarry, He had half of Europe behind him and pending that he turned 16 to address his signing. Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, with whom he had a medical examination, wanted to seize the services of the young forward.
However, a visit to the Football Club Barcelona training grounds, where Leo Messi or Andrés Iniesta had trained was enough to convince him to sign for Barça. After a short-lived stage in which he hardly played, returned to England to enlist in the ranks of Aston Villa, the staunch rival of the club where he was formed.
He currently plays with the Aston Villa U23 team, with which he has already achieved six goals in just nine games. In his debut with the first team against neither more nor less than Liverpool managed to debut as a scorer with a great goal in which he went into space for speed and defined well before the goalkeeper.
His goal could not prevent the defeat of his team (1-4), however, fulfilled the dream of scoring with the team of his childhood to the champions of England.
— Louie Barry (@LouieBarry6) January 10, 2021
After choosing Barça above all and then Aston Villa on his return to England, you still have one more decision to make. Barry, who has represented both England and Ireland at the youth level, You will have to choose which team you want to represent in the future.
The same dilemma that Declan Rice encountered, West Ham footballer. Both teams will try to seduce the young pearl of Aston Villa, but the final decision will be in the hands of a footballer who, at just 17 years old, has already shown his great potential. The last object of contention between England and Ireland has first and last names.