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6 Rising Young Football Stars of the Year 2020



According to World Atlas, the most popular sport in the world is association football or soccer. It has an estimated 4.0 billion person following, which means that more than half of the world’s population consider themselves as a fan of the sport.

It is said that football can be traced since ancient times. China enjoyed it as early as the 2nd century, while the Romans, Japanese, and Greeks have also been thought of as its first players. Nowadays, Europe and the United States are the ones with a massive fan base for football.   

With such an interactive and supportive audience, no wonder there are so many punters that would take a gamble on sports betting offers for football.

Based on the Daily Mail UK, here are some of the rising young football players to watch out for this 2020:

Xavi Simons

He is the central midfielder of Paris Saint-German. It came quite a shock for many football fans in Spain when the young player decided to leave Barcelona’s La Masia academy. He then signed a £1million-a-year contract with PSG. This Dutch player who is nicknamed ‘Golden curls’ is just 16 years old and considered a prodigy. He is also a four-time winner of the youth Ballon d’Or award.

Eric Garcia

Just like Simons, he decided to leave the famous academy for greener pastures, which is Manchester City. At 18 years old, he is the centre back of the team and has made his debut in the EFL Cup quarter-final against Leicester City. He was nicknamed as the ‘new Pique’ comparing him to Barcelona’s famous football player Gerard Pique. Back in September, he also made his debut in the Premier League by being a sub for Nicolas Otamendi.  

Takefusa Kubo

He is hailed as the ‘Japanese Messi.’ This young football star has made a name for himself because of his prowess as an attacking midfielder. The 18-year-old also plays for Real Mallorca on loan from Real Madrid and Japan. He was scouted when he was just 11 while he was playing in his native country. He has then never looked back and has become a game-changer for Barcelona by scoring 74 goals in 30 games in their U11s.

Eduardo Camavinga

The 17-year-old football player is considered as an emerging star in French football. Back in August, his remarkable play with Paris Saint-German cemented his excellent skills as a defensive midfield player of Rennes.  He also scored his first Ligue 1 goal back in December. A lot is in store for this football player since his name has been making rounds with the European heavyweights such as Manchester City, Manchester United or Barcelona.

Charlie Brown

One of the prominent players of Chelsea’s academy, Brown has made headlines for being the hotshot striker. This 20-year-old centre forward player showed tremendous play during the final of last season’s UEFA Youth League. He took home 11 goals and became the top scorer. This English football player has teamed up with the Union SG, on loan from Chelsea.

Ansu Fati

The 17-year-old winger is still at the start of his career but is creating a significant buzz in football. Back in December, he became the youngest UEFA Champions League goalscorer ever when he netted a 2-1 victory at Inter Milan. Not only is he called the heir to the Argentinian throne, but he is also considered Messi’s heir at the Nou Camp. He plays for Barcelona with a €100million release clause.      

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