WILLY KAMBWALA showed his class by following in the foot-steps of Thierry Henry by visiting one of the club’s that made him.
Kambwala, 19, has since featured again off the bench against Aston Villa and Wigan.
However, Kambwala showed his class by paying a visit to French club Les Ulis, where the teen spent five years as a schoolboy.
Based in a suburb in Paris, Kambwala headed to his old stomping ground to carry on a tradition of players who have passed through the doors of the club.
He was pictured alongside some of the current crop of budding young footballers at the club on Instagram.
Kambwala also gifted an autographed Man Utd top to the club, with the club captioning the post: “Tradition is being respected.”
Henry paid a visit to the club in 2007 after signing for Barcelona, while Martial did the same after signing for the Red Devils.
Martial reportedly invited Les Ulis to a tour of Old Trafford in 2018, with Kambwala, 13, believed to be among the group.
Kambwala joined Man Utd in 2020, with the club keeping faith in him following an 11-month injury lay-off he suffered weeks after arriving.
Fast forward and manager Ten Hag has lavished praise on the defender.
The Dutchman said: “He makes a good impression in training and during games of the Under-21s.
“So we decided to play him. I think he has shown he has the capabilities.
“I think his performance was very solid. You can see has a very bright future. Of course he has to work on himself, but you can see his potential and we are very pleased, I think, with his performance.”
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