Who are some of the next generation wonderkids and talents emerging in world football ?
We have one of them, in Yasser Larouchi.
There is Mason Greenwood of Manchester United, and Curtis Jones of Liverpool as well.
Elsewhere around the world we have:
Oliver Batista Meier - Bayern Munich
Úmaro Embaló - Benfica
any others folks that I ought to know about ?
- WokazLv 64 months agoBest answer
Since all the players you mentioned are born in 2001, I'll give you some players born in 2001 or later:
Rodrygo - Brazilian winger for Real Madrid
Takefusa Kubo - Japanese midfielder/winger for Real Madrid
William Saliba - French centre-back for Saint-Etienne, loaned by Arsenal
Benoît Badiashile - French centre-back for Monaco
Pietro Pellegri - Italian striker for Monaco
Willem Geubbels - French winger for Monaco
Yari Verschaeren - Belgian midfielder for Anderlecht
Jérémy Doku - Belgian winger for Anderlecht
Myron Boadu - Dutch striker for AZ
Mohammed Ihattaren - Dutch midfielder for PSV
Ryan Gravenberch - Dutch midfielder for Ajax
Brian Brobbey - Dutch striker for Ajax
Bryan Gil - Spanish winger for Sevilla
Ander Barrenetxea - Spanish winger for Real Sociedad
Kang-in Lee - South Korean midfielder/winger for Valencia
Benjamin Nygren - Swedish winger for Genk
Jack Lahne - Swedish winger/striker for Amiens
Thiago Almada - Argentinian midfielder for Velez Sarsfield
Pedro De La Vega - Argentinian winger for Lanus
João Pedro - Brazilian striker for Fluminense
Daishawn Redan - Dutch striker for Hertha Berlin
Allahyar Sayyadmanesh - Iranian striker/winger for Fenerbahce
Eduardo Camavinga - French/Angolan midfielder for Rennais
Loïc Mbe Soh - French centre-back for PSG
Lucien Agoumé - French midfielder for Inter
Strahinja Pavlović - Serbian centre-back for Partizan
Filip Stevanović - Serbian winger for Partizan
Antonio Marin - Croatian winger for Dinamo Zagreb
Adam Hložek - Czech winger for Sparta Prague
Gabriel Martinelli - Brazilian winger for Arsenal
Bukayo Saka - English winger for Arsenal
Sepp van den Berg - Dutch centre-back for Liverpool
Ki-Jana Hoever - Dutch centre/right-back for Liverpool
Harvey Elliott - English winger for Liverpool
Karamoko Dembélé - English/Scottish winger for Celtic
Youssoufa Moukoko - German striker for Borussia Dortmund
- Black SabbathLv 74 months ago
the under23 double winning Everton side 2018-19
- 4 months ago
Kai Havertz of Bayer Leverkusen.
Sancho of Borussia Dortmund.
- CMDLv 74 months ago
Spurs have quite a few, best ones are
U18 15 goals in 12 games
UEFA youth league 3 goals in 5 games
Played 10 P2 games but most as a sub, only scored 2.
Turned 17 this year.
Tashan Oakley Boothe
This guy is a Patrick Veria type; complete midfielder. Was in the U17 W.C winner squad.
Very good CB, quick strong with him or Eyoma, probably be in the first team in the next year. Him and Eyoma are the reason Alderweireld has not been given an new contract.
Another CB, but he can also play RB. Bit more experienced than Tanganga. Won the U17 world cup
This guy could be bit hit and miss due to his attitude, very quick AMF, very good on the ball but it depends. Won the Euro U19 with England.
One guy Spurs had and left was Reo Griffith, it’s a shame because this guy will be really good. Has a decent eye for goal. i dunoo we shall see.
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- RyanLv 74 months ago
Let's be honest young English players aren't worth the hype. And the ones who are dont get it. Think about all the hype and praise Rashford would get and compare that to TAA who is already one of the best full backs in England. I remember people would absolutely destroy TAA online and he's already a champions league winner and a key member of the team whereas Josh King has a better goals record than Rashford and he plays for mid table Bournemouth