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Freddy Adu (Soccer Player) - Age, Birthday, Bio, Facts, Family, Net Worth, Height & More

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Freddy Adu

Fredua "Freddy" Koranteng Adu is an American soccer player who plays as an attacking midfielder. He last played for the Swedish Division 1 club Österlen FF. From before the time of his signing with D.C. United at the age of 14, Adu was spoken of as "the next Pelé". However, he failed to live up to the expectations and, after leaving D.C. United in 2006, he became a journeyman, playing for fifteen teams in nine countries: the United States, Portugal, Monaco, Greece, Turkey, Brazil, Serbia, Finland, and Sweden. At D.C. United, Adu broke several records. First, he became the youngest athlete ever to sign a professional contract in the United States, after he was selected by the team in the 2004 MLS SuperDraft on January 16, 2004.

About Freddy Adu

Ghana-born American winger who was a highly regarded soccer prodigy and became the youngest athlete to ever sign a professional contract in the USA at the age of 14 as well as the youngest player to compete in an MLS game at the age of 16.

Freddy Adu before fame

He was the best scorer in the U-14 Olympic Development Program in the United States.

Achievement of Freddy Adu

In 2004 and 2006, he was named to the MLS All-Star squad both times.

Freddy Adu family life

He was in a relationship with the singer JoJo, and he had a younger brother named Fro.

Associations of Freddy Adu

From 2006 until 2011, he was a member of the US national team alongside Landon Donovan [Soccer Player].

Top Facts You Did Not Know About Freddy Adu

American expatriate sportspeople in Portugal. Sportspeople from Rockville, Maryland. American expatriate sportspeople in Turkey. Ghanaian emigrants to the United States. D.C. United draft picks. Parade High School All-Americans (boys' soccer). Kuopion Palloseura players. Soccer players from Maryland. Philadelphia Union players. African-American soccer players. FK Jagodina players. Tampa Bay Rowdies players. Real Salt Lake players. Çaykur Rizespor footballers. Designated Players (MLS). United States men's under-23 international soccer players. Expatriate footballers in Monaco. Olympic soccer players of the United States. Major League Soccer All-Stars. D.C. United players. Aris Thessaloniki F.C. players. United States men's under-20 international soccer players. Footballers at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Esporte Clube Bahia players. C.F. Os Belenenses players. United States men's youth international soccer players. AS Monaco FC players

Latest information about Freddy Adu updated on November 27 2021.