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Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Top youngsters who could be the stars of tommorow

We had several players over the years who have entertained us with their skills and talents. But soon the likes of Pirlo, Terry, Lampard, Puyol,  Buffon and co, would soon be the name on the legendary list of football stars. Behold the football world will soon be overtaken by the young generations and here I list out a few of them who could be on the verge of becoming the next football stars.

Julian Draxler - The 18-year-old German was the fourth-youngest player in Bundesliga history when he debuted for Schalke 04 in January of 2011. Last seasons stats show the wilderness of his skills where he notched three goals in 15 appearance. This year Draxler has been more regular and already notched four goals and have becomes an integral part of Schalke.


Stefanos Kapinos - The 18-year-old goalie playing for Panathinaikos was the youngest ever to play for Greece’s U-17 (at 15) and senior (at 17) squads. At 6'5", Kapinos has required physical asset to be a dominant goalkeeper with a quality mix of athleticism, reflex and range making him a world class goalkeeper in the making. In his first season in the Panathinaikos, he started 10 out of the 11 super league games he appeared in and came away with two clean sheets.



Marco verratti -  The young Italian has already amassed over 100 appearances in Serie A for Pescara and Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain, Verratti has the credentials to be a world superstar. The young holding midfielders who possess the ability and skills to excel in midfield and  have a love for tackles which distinguishes him from other young players. With comparisons already being drawn to seasoned veteran Andrea Pirlo, it's clearly understandable why PSG spend over 10 million for the youngster.


Raphael Varane - The 20-year-old French centre back has already been touted as the one of the worlds finest centre-backs. His aerial presence, skilled defensive tackles and solid man marking have already earned him admirers over the world.


Zakaria Bakkali - Zakaria may not be a name familiar to most readers but he is the youngest player of all time to score a hat-trick in the Dutch league at the age of just 17 years.The winger talented with excellent ball skills and great pace has been a blinding success at every level of Belgium's youth international team. Currently blowing the dutch league with his skills and talents bakkali could soon be a name renowned worldwide.

Adnan Januzaj - The young attacking midfielder from Manchester united have been at times deployed before the likes of Valencia or Nani. With Moyes using the young midfielder more often, Adnan takes it up and displays an excellent show for the spectators as well as his coach.The 19 year old have been excellent for united this season scoring 3 goals and providing 3 assist in just 23 appearances.


 Sardar Azmoun - The 19 year old forward currently playing for Russian side Rubin Kazan has scored 3 goals and provided 2 assist in just 12 games. The young forward has been a great threat in front of goal and with his tender age we can only imagine what more is to com from him. Azmoun has been touted as the Iranian messi with Arsenal being linked with the player in recent weeks.


 Apart from these mentioned names alot of other hot prospects are on the way to make the game of football ever more exciting. The likes of Rose Barkley, Serge Aurier, Kourt Zouma, Luke Shaw, Paul Pogba, Lukaku, Raheem sterling and many more will certainly add a spark to footballing experience around the globe.