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The future stars

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Every year, The world of football sees new youngsters rise who exhibit talent that garners the attention of fans worldwide. And this season has been no different, with several young men raising their hands to indicate that there will be no dearth of talent in football as the generation of Lionel Messis and Cristiano Ronaldos draws to an end.

Some of these players have already become part and parcel of their team, while others are slowly being integrated into the team to ensure they get used to playing at the top level. And with the highly inflated transfer market, you can expect many of these players to go for the big bucks in the near future.

And if you are a fan of football, you can win big by betting on one of these youngsters to perform well in games. Users can bet at French betting sites, which offer a seamless experience.

So, without further ado, here are the top young players in football.

Antonio Silva 

With how he plays, Antonio Silva looks to be the next big star to come out of the Portuguese league, which has always produced some of the best young talents for more than 20 years. Silva is just 19; however, his maturity on the field is of a player who has played years of top-level football.

Under the brilliant supervision, Roger Schmidt Silva is becoming a monster defender. The youngster is adept at defending and possesses a brilliant passing range and vision. He is also not fazed by any high press and can easily play his way out of any situation.

His passing success rate is over 90 per cent, and he also wins more than 70 per cent of duels.

Jamal Musiala 

Even at such a young age, Jamal Musiala has cemented his status as the creative genius for both Bayern Munich and the German national team. The 20-year-old has been brilliant since the start of the 2022-23 season and even scored the goal on the final day that won Bayern their 11th consecutive Bundesliga title.

Musiala scored 12 goals and provided ten assists last season. And his progress will only get better for the next four to five years. With the addition of Harry Kane, Musiala now has an elite striker who will finish most of the chances created by him.

Bayern Munich have made their intentions clear about winning the Champions League with the appointment of Thomas Tuchel as head coach. And if it has to happen, Musiala will need to play a starring role.

Florian Wirtz 

If Bayern Munich has Jamal Musiala, their league rivals Bayer Leverkusen have the impressive Florian Wirtz. Musiala’s national teammate Wirtz has been the main reason Leverkusen find themselves at the top of the table.

The 20-year-old has formed a solid partnership with Jonas Hofmann and Victor Boniface that has been the stuff of nightmares for the opposition’s defence. Wirtz is not only adept at creating chances but also at scoring them.

Wirtz would have been an even better player by now but missed the entire last season after suffering a significant injury. However, while he may have missed a large chunk of football, it has not affected his talent and confidence at all, with the German looking even better this season.

Gavi 

If a player has played 79 times for Barcelona, he is a good player. However, if he has achieved this feat at the age of 19, then he is a generational talent, which is precisely what Gavi is—the youngster who has been earmarked for greatness from a young age and has fulfilled his potential.

He has also taken the mantle in the Spanish national team, where he is now one of the starting names on the list. One of the good things about Gavi is his ability to cover large parts of the pitch without dropping the quality of play throughout the 90 minutes.

His rise had also come when Barcelona were suffering perhaps their worst financial crisis, which means they got a world-class player who can play for at least 15 years, and they were desperately crying for such a player.

Jude Bellingham 

If any player has exceeded expectations despite costing €103 million, it is Jude Bellingham. The English international who switched clubs from Borussia Dortmund to Real Madrid has hit the ground running immediately. Bellingham has already scored eight goals, the most in the league, with a goal conversion rate of 38 per cent, one of the best across Europe.

With the absence of an elite striker after the departure of Karim Benzema, Bellingham has taken the mantle, ensuring that Real Madrid do not suffer. He has also scored the winning goal on more than one occasion, proving that he is a man for the big game.

And the way that he is going, Real Madrid could repeat the heroics of the 2021-22 season, where they won the La Liga and the Champions League.

Saumy Deepak Tripathi
A Bayern Munich fan who is deeply in love with football statistics. Has a soft spot for goalkeepers! (well only he knows why). You’ll find him vibing on 70’s classic songs and spends an abnormal amount of time cooking.

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