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Patrick Kluivert’s Son, 9, Becomes Youngest Player in Europe to Sign with Nike

Patrick Kluivert’s Son, 9, Becomes Youngest Player in Europe to Sign with Nike

Patrick Kluivert‘s offspring can do no wrong, it seems, after his nine-year-old son became the youngest footballer in Europe to sign a sponsorship deal with Nike.

As we’ve told you previously, Kluivert’s oldest son Justin, who is 18, is currently rated as one of the continent’s most exciting young talents after breaking into the Ajax first-team last season, and it seems his brother Shane won’t be too far behind him.

Former Barcelona and AC Milan striker Kluivert confirmed Shane’s new sponsorship contract on Instagram today, with the youngster currently playing for PSG’s youth team:

The ex-Holland international was one of the deadliest attackers of his generation, but, by the looks of things, he could be usurped by his two promising sons.

We’re fully aware that Patrick’s bank balance is probably in a healthy state, but if he ever needed a few quid he could always resort to selling a few of his sperm samples.

Just a suggestion.

A Nike contract for a nine-year-old – what do you think?

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