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Konrad De La Fuente on meeting Lionel Messi, idolizing LeBron James & USMNT ambitions | ESPN FC

Watch ESPN FC Video: Konrad De La Fuente on meeting Lionel Messi, idolizing LeBron James & USMNT ambitions | ESPN FC. Barcelona and USMNT youth player Konrad De La Fuente exclusively chats to ESPN FC’s Alexis Nunes to discuss all things sport. De La Fuente explains his ambitions to represent FC Barcelona’s first team and how it feels to train with Lionel Messi. They then dive into the progression of the USMNT and how he wants to win a World Cup one day. De La Fuente also details his passion for NBA and why he idolizes LeBron James.

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