Monday, 9 December 2013

Top 10 Young Footballers

Young players are an important part of football, they play, learn, show potential and become one of the best players in the world. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi both are an example of such players who showed their talent in young age and now they are at the top.





Top 10 young footballers of 2013 are:

10. Alvaro Morata
Real Madrid’s young striker Alvaro Morata is on number ten. The Spaniard has not been able to play regular football because of the competition in Real Madrid squad. The 20 year old has not played for the Spain first team but has represented under 21 several times.

9. M'Baye Niang 
M'Baye Niang in on number nine. The French interanational plays for AC Milan. He has represented France at under 21 level.
  
8. Carl Jenkinson
Another Arsenal player Carl Jenkinson but this time it’s a defender, a right back who has good insight and tackling abilities. Jenkinson has appeared 12 times for Arsenal this season.

7. Jese Rodriguez
Jese Rodriguez another Real Madrid talent, he is similar to his teammate Alvaro Morata. Jese has made 7 appearances in La Liga this season for Real Madrid.

6. Bruma
Bruma is a naturally two footed player with great qualities like timing, vision, speed and strength. He has also great dribbling qualities and is good in front of goal.

5. Paul Pogba
The former Manchester United is playing good football at Juventus that puts him on number five. The 20 year old has also played for France. 


4. Romelu Lukaku
The Belgian beast in on number four. He is enjoying his loan spell from Chelsea. Last year, Lukaku was loaned to West Bromwich where he scored 17 goals and now this season he has scored 8 goals in 11 Premier League appearances for Everton.

3. Juan Quintero
Juan Quintero signed for Porto in the last transfer window. The 20 year old is a creative attacking midfielder. He is the number 10 of Porto.

2. Isco
Isco signed for Real Madrid from Malaga in summer is on number two. The young Spaniard is displaying decent football at Madrid. He has scored 7 goals in 18 games for Madrid.

1. Neymar
On number one we have Brazilian attacker Neymar.
Neymar proved his game in the Confederation Cup by helping Brazil to lift the trophy, in June 2013. He was transferred to Barcelona for €57 million before the Confederation Cup. He may be the next superstar for Barcelona after Lionel Messi.


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