- Arat Hosseini has offered himself to Barcelona and also showed his six pack
- Hosseini has been making his followers on social media happy with many posts
- The six-year-old believes he can replace Lionel Messi when he grows up
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Arat Hosseini who is a six-year-old boy is now gradually on the verge of fulfilling his dream of playing for Barcelona after he successfully performed a 3,000 keepy-ups.
This is an incredible achievement by the lad who has made it clear many times that his dream is to play for Barcelona and become the next Lionel Messi.
Lionel Messi is no doubt arguably the best footballer in the world considering all his achievements so far and he also started playing football when he was very young.
Like Arat, Lionel Messi's skills and abilities were noticed then in Argentina by those who later took him to Barcelona La Masia Academy where he proved himself.
Today, history will bare witness that Lionel Messi has won six Ballon d'Or awards in his career in which his main rival Cristiano Ronaldo has five.
Three years ago, Arat Hosseini took the internet by storm when footage showed him climbing up a 10ft wall which was watched by his father who actually recorded the video.
His skills made fans happy on Instagram in which Arat now has 4 million followers in which Lionel Messi even once commented on his post.
His father explained that his son always shows his desire to play for Barcelona and Lionel Messi is now expected to be impressed with his latest video.
However, if Barcelona want to take him, then Arat will be drafted into the La Masia Academy where he can have enough chance to exhibit his talents.
Even football fans have been praising the six-year-old boy on social media with many saying that Arat can actually grow up to be the next Lionel Messi.
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, an old childhood photo of Ghana's vice president, His Excellency Mahamudu Bawumia, has surfaced online showing how he acted as a lawyer back at the Sakasaka Primary School in Tamale.
In the hilarious photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Bawumia was very innocent-looking as he sat down together with some other children and adults on what is reported to be a speech and prize-giving day.
Reports indicated that the old photo was brought out by Konlanbik Jacob Duuti, a 75-year old former primary school tutor of the vice president in the 1970s at the Sakasaka Primary School in Tamale.
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