Odegaard Leads the ranking of greater young promises

The 50 greater promises of the world-wide football

The 50 greater promises of the world-wide football

Published:14/11/2014 - 09:42h

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The young player of the filial of the FC Barcelona and international absolute with the selection of Croatia to his 18 years, Alen Halilovic, is considered like the second young elder promise of the world of the football of a list of 50 futures "cracks" led by Martin Odegaard

As it can see in the classification made by the web page "TEAMtalk", Alen Halilovic is considered in the actuality like the second young elder promise of the world of the football, just after Martin Odegaard -that also has sounded for the Barça in spite of being more near of Liverpool or Real Madrid- and before Gabriel Barbosa -more known like "Gabigol", player of the Saints that the FC Barcelona has controlled when having of an option of preferential purchase that closed when it did with the services of Neymar.

Alen Halilovic, been born in 1996 and to his 18 years, is allocated to mark in the future a new period beside Neymar and other young promises in the FC Barcelona. This is the list of the 50 better young promises of the world of the football, elaborated by "TEAMtalk". It fits to stand out that another young player of the inferior categories of the Barça, Seung Woo Lee, finds in tenth position:

The 50 greater promises of the world-wide football


  1. Martin Odegaard, 15 (Stromsgodset)
  2. Alen Halilovic, 18 (Barcelona)
  3. Gabriel Barbosa, 18 (Santos)
  4. Hachim Mastour, 16 (AC Milan)
  5. Riechedly Bazoer, 18 (Ajax)
  6. Mosquito, 18 (Atletico Paranaense)
  7. Youri Tielemans, 17 (Anderlecht)
  8. Neal Maupay, 18 (Nice)
  9. Ruben Neves, 17 (Carry)
  10. Seung-Woo Lee, 16 (Barcelona)
  11. Albian Ajeti, 17 (FC Basel)
  12. Cristian Manea, 17 (Viitorul Constanta)
  13. Kelechi Iheanacho, 17 (Manchester City)
  14. Nathan, 18 (Atletico Paranaense)
  15. Valmir Berisha, 18 (Rome)
  16. Patrick Roberts, 17 (Fulham)
  17. Jeremie Cattail, 17 (Chelsea)
  18. Swindle Werner, 18 (Stuttgart)
  19. Gedion Zelalem, 17 (Arsenal)
  20. Fabrice Olinga, 18 (Malaga)
  21. Jonathan Tah, 18 (Hamburg)
  22. Rodrigo Tarín, 18 (Barcelona)
  23. Steven Bergwijn, 16 (PSV)
  24. Gabriel Boschilia, 18 (Sao Paulo)
  25. Dele Alli, 18 (MK Dons)
  26. Richairo Zivkovic, 18 (Ajax)
  27. Iñaki Pena, 15 (Barcelona)
  28. Timothy Fosu-Mensah, 16 (Manchester United)
  29. Taylor Moore, 17 (Lens)
  30. Zakaria Bakkali, 18 (PSV)
  31. Georgios Spanoudakis, 15 (Stuttgart)
  32. Lewis Cook, 17 (Leeds)
  33. Daniel Of Silva, 17 (Rome)
  34. Emanuel Mammana, 18 (River Plate)
  35. Simone Scuffet, 18 (Udinese)
  36. Dzenis Burnic, 16 (Borussia Dortmund)
  37. Filippo Romagna, 17 (Juventus)
  38. Allan Saint-Maximin, 17 (Saint-Etienne)
  39. Erik Palmer-Brown, 17 (Sporting Kansas)
  40. Benjamin Henrichs, 17 (Leverkusen)
  41. Jack Harper, 18 (Real Madrid)
  42. Harry Wilson, 17 (Liverpool)
  43. In front of Coric, 17 (Dinamo Zagreb)
  44. Franck Kessie, 17 (Stella Club)
  45. Pedro Paulo Kasanzi, 12 (Real Madrid)
  46. Vaclav Cerny, 16 (Ajax)
  47. Joaquin Ibanez, 18 (Lanus)
  48. Ertugrul Ersoy, 17 (Bursaspor)
  49. Anton Mitryushkin, 18 (Spartak Moscow)
  50. Adrian Marin, 17 (Villarreal)

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