Enes Sali (Toronto, 2-23-2006) is already history. Mirel Radoi gave him the alternative in Romania’s victory against Liechtenstein (0-2) and became the second youngest player (15 years and 264 days) to debut for his national team in modern elite football in Europe.
Only the ex-Madridista Martin Odegaard surpasses him, that will be released in 2014 with Norway at 15 years and 254 days.
Romanian, in this way, ensures the ‘signing’ of Sali after having debuted in an official match. The Farul Constanta footballer, who replaced Andrei Ivan in 82 ‘, was also wanted by Canada and Turkey.
Sali, who has the legendary ‘Gica’ Hagi as coach on his team, He has played eight games for Farul this season and has scored one goal.
In fact, he became, at 15 years, six months and 21 days, the fEarliest soccer player to score in the Romanian First Division.