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Facebook users urge Chelsea & Man United to sign 'next Messi'

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Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool have all been urged to sign the latest footballing sensation discovered on Facebook, according to the Daily Star.

The Premier League clubs might want to dispatch their scouts and quickly, after this video of a mystery superstar-in-the-making went viral on the social media site. It's got nearly 150,000 views on Facebook - with hundreds of comments, many calling on Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool to sign him up to their academies.

Known simply as 'Naomii Dolan's brother', the mystery starlet dazzles with quick feet, slick skills and mesmerising step-overs.

Now, we can't vouch for the quality of the opposition, but the skills are there for all to see - and some of the drag-backs and quick shifts have led to comparisons with Barca superstar Leo Messi.

So, will David Moyes, Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho pay any attention? There's plenty of budding young starlets showcasing their skills on YouTube but this one looks like something special.

So, what do you reckon - has the 'next Messi' been discovered here? Will we be seeing him at Old Trafford or Stamford Bridge one day?

Check out the video above and have your say...

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Manchester United
Football
Chelsea
Lionel Ainsworth
Premier League

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