Video: Dirk Kuyt’s Son Aidan Might Just Be Better at Football Than His Dad

Video: Dirk Kuyt’s Son Aidan Might Just Be Better at Football Than His Dad

How long until Liverpool are linked with signing Dirk Kuyt’s five-year-old son? Not long going by the evidence of the little man in action.

Aidan Kuyt has only just started as a player for Quick Boys in Holland, but he already looks like some talent.

His dad shared a video of him in action earlier today, stripping his opponent of the ball before beating three opponents and firing home:

Liverpool scouts – it might be worth keeping an eye on Kuyt’s youngest son in case he becomes as good, or better, than his dad.

Kuyt, of course, is a fans’ favourite at Anfield after spending six years at the club, scoring 71 goals in 286 appearances and winning the 2012 League Cup.

Now he turns out for Feyenoord in his homeland, still going strong in the team despite being 36.

Kuyt will no doubt still be playing football by the time little Aidan makes his first team debut in the game.

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