Reputed media house the Guardian have released a list of 50 best young players across the world.

They made a similar list last year also and a lot players in that list showed why they were selected in the list.

The list consisted names like Youri Tielemans, Guido Vadala, Ante Coric, Dominic Solanke, Jean-Kevin Augustin, Ruben Neves, Luka Jovic, Julen Arellano, Enes Unal last year and they have already made a name for themselves at such young age.

This year they made a list of 50 such young players who can have a big future ahead of them.

The list contains the son of Romanian great Gheorghe Hagi’s son, Dejan Lovren’s younger brother, The ‘new Mario Götze’.

All the players in the list are born in 1998.

Here is the full list-

1> Franco Lopez- Argentina

2> Tomas Konechny- Argentina

3> Panos Armenakas- Australia

4> Sandi Lovric- Austria

5> Ismail Azzaoui- Belgium

6> Evander Ferreira- Brazil

7> Lincoln- Brazil

8> Matheus Pereira- Brazil

9> Jesus Marimon- Colombia

10> Davor Lovren- Croatia

11> Dominic Smekal- Czech Republuic

12> Jacob Brunn Larsen- Denmark

13> Kann Kairinen- Finland

14> Bilal Boutobba- France

15> Dayot Upamecano- France

 

16> Jeff Reine-Adelaide- France

17> Luca Fernández- France

18> Fabian Benko- Germany

19> Felix Passlack- Germany

20> Dimitris Limnios- Greece

21> Reza Shekari- Iran

22> Haviv Ohayon- Israel

23> Manuel Locatelli- Italy

24> Manuel Nicoletti- Italy

25> Ritsu Doan- Japan

26> Sidiki Maiga- Mali

27> Pablo López- Mexico

28> Ulises Torres- Mexico

29> Hachim Mastour- Morocco/Italy

30> Javairo Dilrosun- Netherlands

31> Justin Bijlow- Netherlands

32> Timothy Fosu-Mensah- Netherlands

33> Han Kwang-song- North Korea

34> Martin Odegaard- Norway

35> Rafik Zekhnini- Norway

36> Krystian Bielik- Poland

37> Pedro Pereira- Portugal

38> Ianis Hagi- Romania

39> Artem Galadzhan- Russia

40> Zehrudin Mehmedovic- Serbia

41> Jan Mlakar- Slovenia

42> Liam Jordan- South Africa

43> Lee Seung-woo- South Korea

44> José Luis ‘Kuki’ Salazar- Spain

45> José María Amo- Spain

46> Dani Olmo- Spain

47> Zackarias Faour- Sweden

48> Ibrahim Demirbag- Turkey

49> Christian Pulisic- the USA

50> Federico Valverde- Uruguay

2 Arsenal players Krystian Bielik and Jeff Reine-Adelaide are in the list as well as one Manchester United player Timothy Fosu-Mensah.

 

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