A young player, Reigan Heskey, who happens to be the son of a former Premier League star, made an impressive debut for Manchester City in the UEFA Youth League. He scored a penalty in the 3-0 victory over Young Boys. Reigan is just 15 years old and plays as a forward, much like his father, who had a successful career at clubs like Leicester, Liverpool, and Aston Villa, along with over 50 appearances for the England national team.
Reigan played alongside his 17-year-old brother in the attack, and they are both rising talents in Manchester City’s youth system. This club has a history of nurturing young talent, including stars like Phil Foden and Cole Palmer. Emile Heskey, their father, started his career in Leicester’s youth teams and went on to achieve significant success in his playing career, winning trophies with Liverpool and other clubs. He now serves as a youth coach for England’s U18 team.