Takefusa Kubo

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Full Name Takefusa Kubo
Age 19 Years Old
Nick Name Takefusa Kubo
Gender Male
Famous As Footballer
Birth Date June 4th, 2001
Birth Place Asao-Ku, Kawasaki , Japan

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About Takefusa Kubo; Japanese Footballer

The 19-years-old, Takefusa Kubo is a well-known Japanese football player who is currently playing for Spanish club RCD Mallorca, on loan from Real Madrid and the Japan national team. His playing position is a right midfielder. He joined RCD Mallorca on a season-long loan on 22nd August 2019. He has become the third Japanese player in Mallorca's history after Yoshito Okubo and Akihiro Ienaga. He made his La Liga debut playing 15 minutes in a 2-0 loss to Valencia on 1st September 2019. He has also played for the FC Tokyo and Yokohoma F. Marinos. He has been involved in Japan national teams from U-15 to senior level as well. He made his debut on 9 June 2019 in a friendly against El Salvador, as a 67th-minute substitute for Takumi Minamino. He is also widely known as "The Japanese Messi". Mallorca will be relegated at the end of the 2019-2020 La Liga season, but Real Madrid star-of-the-future Takefusa Kubo will remain in Spain’s top flight. His performances this season have been nothing short of remarkable, as the teenager has shown he has what it takes to be one of the best-attacking midfielders in La Liga. On Friday night, Los Bermellones visited Atletico Madrid and their young star was at it again. Despite suffering a 3-0 defeat, Kubo proved to be a real bright spark for Mallorca, with much of their attacking play coming through him. Against Atletico, Kubo had the most attempted take-ons (8), the most successful take-ons (6) created the most chances created (5) and won the most fouls (3). Madrid is expected to send him on-loan again next season, with Real Sociedad the most likely destination. On 4th June 2001, Takefusa Kubo was born in Asao-Ku, Kawasaki, Japan. His nationality is Japanese and his ethnicity is Asian. His race is White. He was born to his parents; Takefumi Kubo (father) and mother. He was fond of playing soccer since his childhood and he started his career when he was just eight years old. He was awarded MVP at FC Barcelona Soccer Camp in which he participated at the age of eight. In 2010, he was selected as a member of the FC Barcelona School team and participated in Sodexo European Rusas Cup held in Belgium. He was awarded MVP even though his team finished third. Back then, when he was in school, his teachers at his academy knew that he was destined for great things. His Zodiac sign is Gemini. AS of 2020, he celebrated his 19th birthday. Scroll down to know about his full biography including his net worth, personal life, career, contract, injury, deals, stats, transfer, wiki, age, facts, height, and more.

Takefusa Kubo, a professional footballer

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Takefusa Kubo's Football Career Career

  • Takefusa Kubo began playing football at the age of seven by joining the local club FC Persimmon in the year 2008. 
  • He was even awarded MVP at FC Barcelona Soccer Camp in August 2009. 
  • Moreover, he was also selected as a member of the FC Barcelona School team in April 2010. 
  • He participated in the Sodexo European Russia Cup held in Belgium where his team finished third and he was awarded MVP in the tournament. 
  • He then joined the Kawasaki Frontale youth system in 2010.
  • He was invited to join FC Barcelona's youth academy, La Masia, in August 2011, after passing the trial. 
  • He started playing for Barca Alevin C (U11). 
  • He became the top goalscorer in his first full season 2012-2013 with 74 goals in 30 games.  
  • After that, he was promoted to Barca Infantil A (U14) in his third full season. 
  • Due to the rules violation of FIFA's international transfer policy for U18 youths by Barcelona, he became ineligible to play for the club, and then he returned to Japan in March 2015 where he signed with FC Tokyo in the year 2016.
  • He was promoted to the club's senior team in September 2016. 
  • He made his J League record debut at the age of 15 years, 5 months and one day. 
  • He also managed to become the youngest player to score in the J League in April 2017 scoring against Cerezo Osaka U23. 
  • He then made his debut for the first team in J League YBC Levain Cup in May 2017. 
  • Later, FC Tokyo announced in November 2017 that the team improved his contract with the club and he will be paid as a first-team member. 
  • Later on, he joined Yokohama F. Marinos on a half-year loan on 16th August 2018 where he scored in his Marinos debut against Vissel Kobe.
  • He became a regular starter for FC Tokyo in both the J.League YBC Levain Cup and J.League scoring goals in both competitions at the beginning of the 2019 season. 
  • Then, Spanish club Real Madrid signed him on a five-year deal on 14th June 2019.  
  • Although registered with the U-19 team, he had been expected to play mainly with Real Madrid B for the 2019-2020 season.
  • On 22nd August 2019, he joined RCD Mallorca on a season-long loan where he becomes the third Japanese player in Mallorca's history after Yoshito Okubo and Akihiro Ienaga. 
  • He made his La Liga debut playing 15 minutes in a 2–0 loss to Valencia on 1st September becoming the youngest Japanese player in Top 4 European Leagues history that has played in a match with a record of 18 years, 2 months, and 28 days. 
  • He registered his first goal on 10th November 2019, against Villareal in a 3-1 victory, and scored his second goal in an entertaining 3-3 draw to Real Betis on 21st February 2020. 
  • He then scored his third goal two weeks later in a 2-1 victory over SD Eibar.

Takefusa Kubo Stats

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Takefusa Kubo's International Career

  • Takefusa Kubo has been involved in Japan national teams from U-15 to senior level and has represented Japan national team at different age levels. He has represented Japan U15, U16, U17, U19, and U20 national teams. 
  • He was also selected to the Japan U20 national team for the 2017 FIFA U20 World Cup when he was only 15 years old.
  • He was named in the Japanese senior team for the upcoming 2019 Copa America. 
  • He made his senior team debut for Japan national team on 9th June 2019 in a friendly match against El Salvador. 

Personal Life of Takefusa Kubo 

Takefusa Kuba is not married yet and he is reportedly single. He is young to be in a committed relationship. At present, he is focusing on his football career rather than spending his valuable time making girlfriend or dating. He is enjoying his present life happily without any disturbances. His sexual orientation is straight and he is not gay. 

Takefusa Kubo's Net Worth 2020

Takefusa Kubo is a professional footballer. As of 2019, his net worth was estimated to have $5 Million with a salary of €2 Million. On 22nd August 2019, Kubo joined RCD Mallorca on a season-long loan. Whereas his exact net worth and salary at present is still calculating. Without a doubt, he is earning a considerable amount of salary from his career. His major source of earning is from a football career and he is satisfied with his earnings.