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Heirs to the 'throne'? The 60 most promising footballers in the world

Published:29/09/2022 - 19:40h

Updated:29/09/2022 - 19:40h

The British newspaper 'The Guardian' has drawn up a list with the 60 best football promises born in 2005. Thus, both Barça and Madrid have 2 'pearls' present among the 'cracks' of the future

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As they have accustomed from it does several years, the prestigious half British 'The Guardian' has configured a list conformed by the 60 greater promises of the world-wide football. In the article titled 'Next Generation' appear those born talents in 2005 that aim to be the 'stars' of the future. Like this then , the Spanish League says present thanks to 5 pertaining players to the rows of the FC Barcelona, the Real Madrid and Valencia.

Of the group culé, the English newspaper includes to the figures of Martin Georgiev and Niko Takahashi Cendagorta. The central Bulgarian joined to the Farm the summer happened after with the culés agreed his traspaso with the Slavia Sofia and has looks it in the first team. In the meantime, it is one of the key players of the selection of Bulgaria sub-17. By his part, been born in Catalonia with Argentinian father and Japanese mother, the Japanese aims to be the left side of the future of the Spotify Camp Nou, considering very fan of the club and having like idol to Jordi Alba.

Of the same way, the White House has two of the most promising forwards of the world in his filia. Such is the case of Álvaro Ginés and Iker Bravo, those who are the representatives merengues in the list. Ginés is a goleador born, approaching to the 100 so many annotated from his arrival to the 'Factory' in 2020. However, it stands out by his intelligence and technical, being compared with Benzema. By his part, Bravo arrived to the capital the past pertinent summer of the Leverkusen and already has been included in the list of the first team in the Champions, in a clear sample of his big projection.

On the other hand, the Bayern of Munich is the club with more representatives in the list with 4. Footballers like Lovro Zvonarek, Arijon Ibrahimovic, Paul Wanner and Mathys Tel present like the future of the Bavarian entity. In fact, this last already has debuted with the first team after landing in Germany this summer after the muniquenses credited 28.5 million euros to the Rennes by his index card. With the mote of 'future Mbappé', Tel has very good paints, having premièred like goleador in the First Division with hardly 17 years in front of the Stuttgart.

Other talents

Likewise, a big quantity of talents so much of Spain as of the world 'shine' in the list of the English newspaper. Between them they highlight the Brazilian Vitor Roque, which is in the diary of varied of the biggest clubs of Europe (Barça included), and Kenan Yildiz, that forms part of the staff of the Juventus. By his part, Yarek Gasiorowski is the third Spanish representative in the list, being one of the greater promises of Valencia of Gennaro Gattuso.

The complete list

To continuation, the 60 selected by 'The Guardian':

  1. Aaron Ciammaglichella (Torino) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  2. Álvaro Ginés (Real Madrid) - Leading, 17 years
  3. Amadu Baldé (Sporting Of Lisbon) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  4. Andrei Borza (Faul Constanta) - Lateral, 16 years
  5. Antoni Mikulko (Lechia Gdansk) - Goalkeeper, 17 years
  6. Antonio Nusa (Witches) - Extreme, 17 years
  7. Burn Guler (Fenerbahce) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  8. Arijon Ibrahimovic (Bayern Of Munich) - Mediocentro, 16 years
  9. Beknaz Almazbekov (Galatasaray) - Leading, 17 years
  10. Beyatt Lekweiry (ACE Douanes) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  11. Brandon Tellez (THE Galaxy) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  12. Clinton Duodu (Bechem United) - Leading, 17 years
  13. Dário Essugo (Sporting Of Lisbon) - Mediocentro defensive, 17 years
  14. Dariusz Stalmach (AC Milan) - Mediocentro, 16 years
  15. Deivid Washington (Santos) - Extreme, 17 years
  16. Desiré Doué (Rennes) - Mediocentro Offensive, 17 years
  17. Dimitris Kaloskamis (Panathinaikos) - Mediocentro Offensive, 17 years
  18. The Chadaille Bitshiabu (PSG) - Defence, 17 years
  19. Gabriel Misehouy (Ajax) - Mediocentro offensive, 17 years
  20. Garnik Minasyan (Urartu-2) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  21. Heriberto Sworn (Necaxa) - Extreme, 17 years
  22. Iker Bravo (Real Madrid) - Leading, 17 years
  23. Jardell Kanga (Bayer Leverkusen) - Leading, 16 years
  24. Joao Veloso (Benfica) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  25. Joaquín Lavega (River Plate Montevideo) - Extreme, 17 years
  26. Jovan Milosevic (Vojvodina) - Leading, 17 years
  27. Jovan Sljivic Estrella Red) - Mediocentro, 16 years
  28. Juan Macías (League of Remove) - Mediocentro offensive, 17 years
  29. Julian Rijkhoff (Borussia Dortmund) - Leading, 17 years
  30. Kenan Yildiz (Juventus) - Mediocentro Offensive, 17 years
  31. Kervin Andrade (The Guaira) - Mediocentro offensive, 17 years
  32. Lovro Zvonarek (Bayern Of Munich) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  33. Luka Parkadze (Dinamo Tbilisi) - Mediocentro Offensive, 17 years
  34. Luphumlo Kaka Sifumba (Cape Town City) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  35. Marco Delle Monache (Fished) - Extreme, 17 years
  36. Martin Georgiev (FC Barcelona) - central Defence, 17 years
  37. Matheus Gonçalves (Flamengo) - Mediocentro Offensive, 17 years
  38. Mathys Tel (Bayern Of Munich) - Leading centre, 17 years
  39. Max Caputo (Melbourne City) - Leading, 17 years
  40. Mike Kleijn (Feyenoord) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  41. Milciades Ornament (Guaraní) - Leading, 17 years
  42. Niko Takahashi Cendagorta (FC Barcelona) - left Side, 17 years
  43. Noah Mbamba (Witches) - Mediocentro defensive, 17 years
  44. Óscar Perea (Athletic National) - Extreme, 17 years
  45. Paul Wanner (Bayern of Munich) - Mediocentro offensive, 16 years
  46. Reed Baker-Whitting (Seattle Sounders) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  47. Rodrigo Ribeiro (Sporting of Portugal) - Leading, 17 years
  48. Roger Fernandes (SC Knickers) - Extreme, 16 years
  49. Roony Bardghji (Copenhagen) - Mediocentro Offensive, 16 years
  50. Runar Norheim (Tromso9 - Mediocentro offensive, 17 years
  51. Santiago Hidalgo (CA Independent) - Leading, 17 years
  52. Suhail Bhat (Indian Arrows) - Leading, 17 years
  53. Tom Bischof (Hoffenheim) - Mediocentro offensive, 17 years
  54. Valentín Carboni (Inter of Milan) - Mediocentro offensive, 17 years
  55. Vitor Roque (Athletico Paranaense) - Leading, 17 years
  56. Wisdom Amey (Bologna) - Central defence, 17 years
  57. Yarek Gasiorowski (Valencia CF) - central Defence, 17 years
  58. Yassine Khalifi (Académie Mohamed SAW) - Mediocentro, 17 years
  59. Zeteny Jano (Liefering) - Mediocentro offensive, 17 years
  60. Zidan Sertdemir (Bayer Leverkusen) - Mediocentro, 17 years

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