Sure, soccer is the most popular game in the world. There isn’t a soul on this planet that doesn’t know the names of the game’s most popular players, whether they’re a fan or not. Soccer is so much more than a game. It’s a way of life. It’s a popular culture sensation. Where a league arrives, there is hectic everywhere. For example, if the UEFA or Champions League arrives, you’ll find UCL Predictions everywhere, everywhere, everywhere. People actively participate in sports betting. They bet on the winnings of their favorite player or team. However, we often overlook amazing young footballers – the ones who will be the stars of tomorrow – the pride of clubs and the trendsetters of popular culture. Let’s take a quick look at some of the best young footballers in the world as of 2022.
At 21, he’s probably one of the best U22 players in the game. Only Mbappe could keep up with him. He comes from Norway and plays for his club Borussia Dortmund as a striker. After penalties, this duo has averaged 0.79 goals per 90 minutes in La Liga and European competition. Such a rate has the power to beat every talented U22 player in the last 20 years. The closest is Lionel Messi with a rate of 0.68.
This young player is only 18 years old and hails from England. He plays for the Borussia Dortmund club and his position is that of a midfielder. In his debut season, the young Englishman was in BVB’s midfield a total of 45 times. Among them are 10 Champions League titles. He became prominent in their win over Manchester City in the quarter-finals. He scored in the second leg and showed a terrific all-round performance.
This is another young player who is only 18 years old now! He comes from Germany and plays for Bayern Munich. His position is that of attacking midfielder. In June 2020 he turned 17 and immediately afterwards became Bayern Munich’s youngest Bundesliga player of all time. It was only a matter of time before he went from youngest player to youngest goalscorer. He is tall and graceful and dribbles effortlessly. He is often compared to the young Dele Alli. He can play in both the No. 9 and No. 10. This child prodigy is considered to be Thomas Müller’s successor in the Reds’ attack. In addition, he is clearly wrong with Germany.
He is 21 years old and Hungarian. He plays for the RB Leipzig club as an attacking midfielder. In his 83 appearances he has scored 61 goals for Red Bull Salzburg. He is the most expensive Hungarian with a net worth of £20million when he joined RB Leipzig from Red Bull Salzburg.