Here are the top 8 young players in the world championship
Josko Gvardiol (Croatia)
2002 central defender: Plays in Red Bull Leipzig, absolute protagonist of the defense of the Croatian team. He has great physical strength, accompanied by a basic technique typical of Slavic footballers, strong in advance and in one-on-one situations. Despite his young age, he played as a veteran against important strikers such as those of Brazil, Richarlison has never been seen in the quarter-finals, thanks to his advances. Many top clubs are moving on him, especially the English, above all Manchester City and Liverpool. Valuation around 70 million.
William Bellingham (England)
2003 midfielder: Plays for Borussia Dortmund, modern midfielder who knows how to build, defend and attack. In England he took the team by the hand, directing the midfield as if he were a veteran, his physical strength together with the technique make up a mix that makes him a footballer who becomes decisive in every part of the field. The Premier League teams are ready to go crazy for him, but watch out for Real Madrid who are unlikely to let a talent of this level escape. Valuation around 100 million.
Enzo Fernandez (Argentina)
2001 central midfielder: Plays in Benfica, central midfielder, true beacon of the Argentine midfield, all the actions of Scaloni’s team passed from him, he dictates the times in the middle of the field like few others. If Messi often finds himself able to play one-on-one and skip the opponent, to wedge himself inside the area, he owes it to the way he receives the ball from E. Fernandez. Great personality, also followed by his more experienced companions, he is one of the revelations of the championship tournament. The Spanish big names, Real and Barcelona, are following him carefully, but also the English, starting from Guardiola’s Manchester City, are attentive to his path. Valuation around 60/70 million.
Azzedine Ounahi (Morocco)
2000 midfielder: Plays for Angers in France, he is the real surprise of Morocco, little known compared to some of his teammates, who already play in top European clubs, see Hakimi and Ziyech. Box to box midfielder, he makes the quantity in the run, accompanied by an important technique, his strength.
He attacks and defends in the same way, what is striking about him is that he has a lean physique, but strength in his legs. For these characteristics he remembers the first Modric, we hope for him that he will be able to partially retrace the path of the Croatian champion. After the excellent performances in this World Cup, some important teams have moved on him, first and foremost Barcelona. Valuation around 20 million.
Jamal Musiala (Germany)
2003 midfielder: Plays for Bayer Munich, which has long since understood the potential of this advanced midfielder. Despite the negative world run of the German national team, he demonstrated in the matches played in Qatar that he has an above-average class. He impressed the facility in jumping the opponent and the way to kick on goal. In certain game situations he resembles a certain Roberto Baggio. He will be the man around whom the German national team of the future will be rebuilt. Market valuation 70 million.
Julian Alvarez (Argentina)
2000 striker: Plays for Manchester City, a real talent, in Argentina he took away Inter’s Lautaro Martinez’s place. Above average technique for a striker, he knows how to enter the lines between the opponents like few others, he scores goals from all positions. Authentic talent, he is to be considered the striker of the future for the Albiceleste national team. In Manchester Guardiola dotes on him, he will be one of the great protagonists of the Premier League in the coming years. His valuation at the moment is around 50 million.
Aurelien Tchouameni (France)
2000 midfielder: Plays in Real Madrid, midfielder of running and strength, he took Kantè’s place at the World Cup. In Real Madrid he will be the future leader of the midfield, natural heir to Tony Kross. In this World Cup he hasn’t made people like Pogba and Kantè miss him in the middle of the field. His valuation is around 80 million.
Gabriel Martinelli (Brazil)
2001 forward: He plays for Arsenal, a modern movement forward, with Brazilian technique but with the typical physical characteristics of a European player. In the game in which he started as starter, he showed he has the personality to be in a group like Brazil. Less acclaimed than Vinicius Jr and Rodrigo, he will be one of the important players in the future of the Selecao. Valuation 50 million.