Senny Mayulu, a 17-year-old midfielder currently part of the PSG Academy, followed up an impressive outing that included a stunning goal in the Youth League against AC Milan by participating in his first training session with the first-team squad of PSG under the guidance of Zoumana Camara on Tuesday amid the ongoing international break.
The bridge between the training center and the professional team has seen limited success this season excluding the case of Ethan Mbappe, who alternates between first-team sessions and U19 matches.
During the ongoing international break, however, two young talents have joined the first-team squad (those who have not been called up by national sides) to train alongside them for the next few days upon their return to club competitions.
On Tuesday morning, alongside Nordi Mukiele, Marco Asensio, Carlos Soler, and Keylor Navas, two U19 players, Serif Nhaga and the aforementioned Senny Mayulu were added to the training session of the first-team squad, which included some drills and a scrimmage.
Mayulu, who joined PSG alongside fellow wunderkind Warren Zaire-Emery, showcased his skills in his first training session under the supervision of Luis Enrique and his coaching staff on Tuesday.
The French U18 international, who first made headlines following his wondergoal against AC Milan in the Youth League last month, was greeted by Presnel Kimpembe, captain of the first-team of PSG.