The greatest talents in European football

September 22, 2020

We present to you the young players, with the greatest potential and, according to our opinion, also talent in European football. 

  1. Achraf Hakimi (Inter Mailand, 21)

He has moved to Inter Milan in July 2020 and is a Moroccan international. Hakimi can be used defensively and offensively on the right wing.  On loan from Borussia Dortmund for a long time, he scored 7 league goals himself and also shone as a provider, so that he landed in the top 10 list of Bundesliga providers. During his time in Dortmund, his greatest successes were 2 runners-ups behind Bayern in the Bundesliga.  

  1. Callum Hudson-Odoi (Chelsea,19)

Callum Hudson-Odoi (Chelsea, 19) Originates in the youth of Chelsea and has played 30- times in the English junior national team. Bayern has also shown interest in the winger. The talent made his debut in England’s first national team in 2019

  1. Jadon Sancho (Dortmund, 20 )

Became a regular under the new head coach Favre. He was the only member of the squad to complete all 34 Bundesliga games, played all seven games in the Champions League and only missed one game in the cup. 29 scorer points were decisive for the success of Dortmund, and he and his team were runner-ups to Bayern Munich again. Manchester United and many other top English clubs would like to bring the England international back into the Premier League, but Dortmund are determined to keep him. 

  1. Kai Havertz (Leverkusen, 19)

He is the youngest player to start in the Bundesliga at least 100 times. An incredible result! He is primarily used as an attacking midfielder and sometimes plays on the right attacking wing. In 2018/19 he scored 17 goals. Another fantastic result at the age of only 18. In the election of the best U21 player, he was voted into third place behind Joao Felix and Jadon Sancho.

  1. Alphonso Davies (FC Bayern München, 19)

He made his breakthrough against Barcelona in the Champions League. Davies sometimes replaced Alaba in the left-back position and was able to establish himself as a regular under the new head coach Flick. The Canadian international left Vancouver in 2018 and the latest results show that he is a fantastic investment into the future.

  1. Phil Foden (Manchester City, 19)

Phil Foden (Manchester City, 19) At the end of November 2019, Foden reached seventh place in the vote for the best U21 player in the 2019 European season. The midfielder is also regularly selected into Manchester City’s starting line-up, and has already won many national titles there.

  1. Kai Havertz (Leverkusen, 19)

He is the youngest player to start in the Bundesliga at least 100 times. An incredible result! He is primarily used as an attacking midfielder and sometimes plays on the right attacking wing. In 2018/19 he scored 17 goals. Another fantastic result at the age of only 18. In the election of the best U21 player, he was voted into third place behind Joao Felix and Jadon Sancho.

  1. Alphonso Davies (FC Bayern München, 19)

He made his breakthrough against Barcelona in the Champions League. Davies sometimes replaced Alaba in the left-back position and was able to establish himself as a regular under the new head coach Flick. The Canadian international left Vancouver in 2018 and the latest results show that he is a fantastic investment into the future.

  1. Phil Foden (Manchester City, 19)

Phil Foden (Manchester City, 19) At the end of November 2019, Foden reached seventh place in the vote for the best U21 player in the 2019 European season. The midfielder is also regularly selected into Manchester City’s starting line-up, and has already won many national titles there.

  1. Houssem Aouar (Olympique Lyon, 21)

In 2014 he won the national U-17 championship with Olympique at the age of 16 and excelled with 27 goals and 15 assists. Due to his brilliant achievements, he was allowed to become a U-19 national player at the age of only 16 years and three months.

  1. Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool, 21)

Starting in 2004, Trent Alexander Arnold went through all of Liverpool’s youth teams. The right full- back has been an integral part of the Reds’ first team since 2016. Since 2018, he regularly plays for the English national team. He has already won the Champions League and the Premier League at his young age.