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Footage Of Donald Trump's Teenage Son, Barron, Playing Football Has Emerged And He's Got A Sensational Touch

Footage Of Donald Trump's Teenage Son, Barron, Playing Football Has Emerged And He's Got A Sensational Touch

Not a bad touch for a big man.

Footage of Donald Trump's teenage son, Barron, playing football has emerged and he's got a sensational touch for a tall striker.

The 16-year-old is a fan of the sport and was spotted wearing an Arsenal shirt in the White House garden back in 2017.

It's believed he has aspirations of being a professional athlete and footage of him out on the pitch is worth a watch.

After a clearance from a teammate, Trump brings the ball down with lovely composure and turns away from his man before laying it off to a teammate.

Trump is six foot seven, according to his father, and that coupled with his hairstyle makes him look like a next-generation Peter Crouch.

Former England striker Crouch had a cracking touch for a big man and his slender physique allowed him to hold the ball up with ease.

Fans have reacted to the footage and they're quite impressed.

One commented: "Wtf that's better hold-up play than Premier League strikers."

Another said: "United States national team should call him up."

A third tweeted: "Good touch there did well."

While someone added: "In all fairness that's a lovely bit of play."

When his father was President of the United States between 2017 and 2021, a number of sports teams visited the White House.

One of those teams was D.C. United and striker Patrick Mullins spoke glowingly of the youngster's knowledge.

He said at the time: "He was very knowledgeable about soccer, knew about D.C. United and was interested to know more.


"Little kid to have a passion for the game and to be knowledgeable and have a conversation with us, it makes me feel good about kids growing up playing the game."

Trump reportedly decided to attend Oxbridge Academy in Palm Beach last year.

The $34,000-per-year school is said to have a stellar football programme, which could've been the reason for his decision.

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Topics: USA