New talent is the heart and soul of football as a sport, and so every year fans ravenously watch for the best new players that might soon become world-famous stars. In particular, there’s tons of exciting new talent in Europe, which is a hotspot for football and has huge numbers of fans that watch the leagues ravenously. Football is a young person’s game, and players quickly move up the ladder in the course of just a few years. While it would be impossible to talk about all of the top talent in Europe in one article, here are some of the players that you should definitely keep your eye on.
This prodigy is barely 18 years old, but he’s already made a name for himself playing for Real Madrid, one of the top teams in the world. He’s currently playing for Dutch team SC Heerenveen on loan, and he’s also a member of the Norwegian national football team. He is the youngest player ever to represent Real Madrid, and he’s known for having a great balance of attack and control with the ball. He’s the son of a professional footballer and the sport has always been a big part of his life.
This talented young French player has done very well as a striker in youth games over the past few years, scoring five goals over the course of last season’s UEFA Youth League championship last year. He currently plays for Paris Saint-Germain, and we’re likely to see much more of him in upcoming games. He’s also a member of the French national team.
Originally from Turkey, this talented teenager now represents Borussia Dortmund in Germany. He is currently one of the most respected players to come out of Turkey and has already played in several championship matches. This young player is set to be one of Germany’s new talents and will likely be highly successful.
Currently a member of top Italian team Juventus, Kean is just 16 years old and is already considered to be one of the most talented strikers in the league. He already has a great scoring record and he’s known for being very accurate. He has plenty of options for where he might end up in the future, and hasn’t committed to Juventus long term. He’s also eligible to play for both the Italian and Ivory Coast national teams due to his family heritage.