Enes Sali: Record-breaking Romanian wonderkid who learned from Messi at La Masia

 The 15-year-old could become the youngest European player to appear in a competitive international after earning a shock call-up last week

Romania are not used to making a lot of headlines in football these days, but this week could change that.

Enes Sali, a 15-year-old playmaking midfielder, has been called-up to the senior international squad, and could debut against either Iceland or Liechtenstein in Romania's upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

If Sali does make it onto the pitch, he would become the youngest European player to feature in a competitive international game, usurping Martin Odegaard, who also made his Norway debut as a 15-year-old.