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9 Europe’s Best Youngsters

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There are currently many incredible young players under the age of 18-20 in Europe, who have announced themselves to the world with brilliant performances for their respective clubs as the future youngsters.

While the domineering era of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo can be said to be on the downward end, with brilliant players like Kylian Mbappe, Vinicius Jr and Erling Haaland now dominating the football world with their talents.

The question is who are the next generation talents in line to take over from their seniors or be on the same pedestal with the current superstars of the game?

Here on Naijnaira, we’ll take you through the 9 Europe’s finest youngsters in 2023.

Arda Guler – (Fenerbahce & Turkey)

Young Guler who is dubbed the Turkish Messi due to his amazing dribbling skills and defence-splitting pass, broke into Fenerbahce’s first team in 2021 and he has since become one of the trusted leg at the club.

He became the youngest goal-scorer in the Turkish Super Lig in history the season he broke into the team, and he has since been one of Europe’s finest youngsters to watch due to his knowledge of the game and ability to take responsibility.

The Turkey international may not be playing for Europe’s super clubs presently, but it must be noted that he represent one of the biggest club in Turkey.

Mohamed-Ali Cho – (Real Sociedad & France)

Cho’s name may not be as famous as that of Kylian Mbappe of this world, but the Sociedad’s youngster is one of Europe’s finest young players currently.

Cho broke out at Angers in Ligue 1 but spent time both at Paris Saint-Germain and Everton’s academies when his family moved between France and England.

The nimble-forward has been dubbed by many football experts as a superstar in the making, and at Real Sociedad and France U-21 team he’s been able to shown to the world why many tipped him as one of Europe’s finest talents.

Endrick – (Palmeiras & Brazil)

If you haven’t heard of Endrick’s exploits and the amazing talent he posses, perhaps you aren’t up-to-date with sports news considering how the world of football has been agog with the youngster talent.

Ever since the clips of Endrick amazing talent went viral in January 2022, the race to sign him by top clubs in Europe has always been on the news.

The 16-year-old Brazilian is a quick and two-footed player who has an eye for scoring spectacular goals and creating chances for his teammates. With many excited about his prospect, it just a matter of before he would sign for a top-level club in Europe.

Gavi – (Barcelona & Spain)

Barcelona’s La Masia academy is well-known for producing brilliant talents who would go on to become a world-class player in the future, like Xavi Hernandez, Andres Iniesta and many others who passed through the academy.

As one of the player who passed through La Masia, Gavi became the third-youngest player to score at a world cup for his country when he netted against Costa Rica.

Though Gavi is still very young, but he’s been able to amassed over 85-appearances for the Blaugrana, having broke into the first-team at a young age playing alongside Pedri and Sergio Basquet.

Alejandro Garnacho – (Manchester United & Argentina)

If there’s any youngster in the current Manchester United’s team presently that oozes confidence on the ball, when running through the Old Trafford’s byline it is Garnacho.

The supremely talented winger whose fleet-footed dribbling skills has drawn comparisons with former teammate Ronaldo, has been one of Europe’s fast-rising youngsters for his dribbling skills.

Since Garnacho joined United from Atletico Madrid in 2020, he has matured into a more trickery and decisive player on the flank and in-front of goal having constantly improve his game anytime he’s been summon.

Romeo Lavia – (Southampton & Belgium)

The imposing midfielder has been a cut above the rest in a struggling Southampton side this season despite still a young player.

Lavia’s form in the Premier League this season has drawn the attention of top clubs who are interested in snapping him up from the Saints.

The former Manchester City midfielder arrived in England in 2020, but couldn’t break into the City team who has a lot of quality players but was able to make a mark in the Southampton team with his talent.

If Lavia’s consistency and form is anything to go by, it just a matter of time before top sides would snap him up having been a cut above others in a relegation threatened Southampton team.

Youssoufa Moukoko – (Borussia Dortmund & Germany)

Call him German Arjen Robben you would probably not be wrong, due to his dashing dribbling skills that set him above the rest on the same age bracket with him.

Moukoko has not only proven himself to be one of the fast-rising youngsters in world football presently, he’s also proven himself to be one the finest player in the Bundesliga at his young age.

When ankle injury came calling for Moukoko, many thought the Borussia Dortmund’s winger would struggle to regain his form and consistency, but he’s been able to put all that behind him with his rapid growth.

Mathys Tel – (Bayern Munich & France)

To see Bayern Munich paid a large fee to snapped up the youngster from Rennes in the transfer market, means there’s something very special about the French-man.

After joining the Bavarian giant he wasted no time in showing exactly why Bayern Munich were keen to spend so much on him, as he instantly hit the ground running with the Bundesliga giant.

The fact that he is now regarded as one of the best youngsters in Europe presently makes more sense on why Die Roten decided to signed him with his rapid growth and passion to get better in his game.

Warren Zaire-Emery – (Paris Saint-Germain & France)

If Zaire-Emery performances in Paris Saint-Germain team this season are anything to go by, then the French giant should be elated for having a great talent in their fold that could go on to be a midfield superstar.

The Frenchman became the youngest player to start a Champions League knockout match, when he was named in the starting line-up to face Bayern Munich in February 2023.

After an impressive performance in the that fixture in the Champions League he became a regular starter in Christophe Galtier’s side, bossing the midfield with his energy, composure, and ability to attack when necessary.


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