Takefusa Kubo is one of the very famous and most trending personality nowadays in different medias and on the Internet as well. Moreover, he is famous as a Japanese footballer who plays as a right midfielder for Spanish club RCD Mallorca, on loan from Real Madrid, and the Japan national team.
Moreover, at the age of seven, Takefusa Kubo started playing football for FC Persimmon, a local club based in his home city Kawasaki. Likewise, after returning home, he began to play for the Kawasaki Frontale junior youth team.
Career in FC Barcelona
Since August 2011, Takefusa Kubo had been invited to join FC Barcelona’s youth Academy, La Masia, after passing the trial. He began to play for Barca Aleví C (U11). Further, during his first full season (2012–13), he was top goalscorer in the league with 74 goals in 30 games. Further, he returned to Japan on March 2015 in search of playing time, signing with FC Tokyo’s junior youth team.
Takefusa Kubo has been involved in Japan national teams from U-15 to senior level. Similarly, at the age of fifteen, he was selected to the Japan U-20 national team for the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup. Likewise, he made his debut on 9 June 2019 in a friendly against El Salvador, as a 67th-minute substitute for Takumi Minamino.
- Full name: Takefusa Kubo
- Date of birth: 4 June 2001
- Age: 18
- Place of birth: Kawasaki, Japan
- Height: 1.73 m
- Weight: 68 kg
- Nationality: Japanese
- Parents: Takefumi Kubo
- Current teams: Japan national football team (#21 / Midfielder),
- Playing position: Midfielder, Forward
- Net Worth: $5 million
- Salary: $1.125 million
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