Manchester United attacker Marcus Rashford recently held talks with ex United States President Barack Obama.
The England and Manchester United striker met the 44th American president via a video call arranged by Penguin Books.
The two spoke about the importance of young people striving to enact change and giving back to their communities.
Rashford rose to prominence beyond his footballing ability over the past year, helping almost two million vulnerable UK children continue to receive free meals.
President Obama said, per Sky Sports: “A lot of the young people I meet – including Marcus – they’re ahead of where I was when I was 23.
“They’re already making changes and being positive forces in their communities.”