Sunday, November 27, 2022



Best young players in the world 2022 – PlayOn99 News



Get to know the best young players who will dominate 2022. Old acquaintances, wonder children and youngsters who are a surprise for world football in this essential list to know about football.

The prestigious FourFourTwo has prepared a report with the best young players who will have the world at their feet this year and PlayOn99 News helps you get to know them one by one, although there are some that we have already talked about.

  1. Erling Haaland – Borussia Dortmund
  2. Jude Bellingham – Borussia Dortmund
  3. Jamal Musiala – Bayern Munich

We are not leaving Germany and we are still talking about young English promises because Musiala was trained there -in Croydon with Callum Hudson-Odoi and attended Chelsea- although at 18 he chose to represent the Bavarian country since he was born in Stuttgart.

Jamal is the youngest player to debut in a Bayern jersey and also the youngest player to score a goal for Germany’s biggest team.

  1. Dominik Szoboszlai – RB Leipzig
  2. Karim Adeyemi – Red Bull Salzburg

Another young talent picked up by the energy drink brand: the 19-year-old striker left the Bayern Munich academy at the age of 9 and trained in Unterhaching.

He was born in Austria, but he received the call from Germany and did not hesitate to choose to be called up, which is why he registers a goal with Die Mannschaft.

  1. Florian Wirtz – Bayer Leverkusen

He is a wonder boy and a gem in the rough that Leverkusen have: the youngest player to debut in that shirt and the youngest to score a goal in the Bundesliga, later surpassed by Moukoko.

  1. Alphonso Davies – Bayern Munich
  2. Phil Foden – Manchester City
  3. Billy Gilmour – Norwich City

First surprise on the list and perhaps not so well known is the talented youngster from Chelsea’s academy, who still owns his pass, and works as a creative midfielder.

Gilmour was born in Scotland and is the hope to generate play and qualify for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

  1. Pedri-Barcelona
  2. Vinicius Jr. – Real Madrid
  3. Eduardo Camavinga – Real Madrid

The Frenchman is called to be a superstar in the world of football, although he still has a long way to go.

He arrived at Real Madrid this season -from Stade Rennes, where he played in the Champions League– and he still hasn’t had many minutes on the pitch because he’s a 19-year-old boy.

13.Ansu Fati

  1. Mason Greenwood – Manchester United

The 20-year-old striker is making people talk because of the personality that he has to pull the cart in a team decimated by the psychological.

Greenwood has more mental strength than many players older than him and is destined to shape the destiny of English football.

  1. Jadon Sancho – Manchester United
  2. Bukayo Saka-Arsenal
  3. Julian Alvarez – River Plate

The Argentine striker is managed by Marcelo Gallardo and in PlayOn99 News we tell you who he is, although now we will have to add a piece of information to the recently champion of Argentina.

From his country, they assure that Álvarez and River Plate are finalizing details to accept an offer that comes from none other than Manchester City for the striker to play in the Premier League from the summer window.

  1. Sandro Tonali – Milan

The Italian midfielder was compared to Pirlo – with whom he shares a youth team, Brescia – although his idol is Gennaro Gatusso and he arrived at Milan two seasons ago.

After a time of adaptation, he is key in the development of 2021-22 for Milan and their fight for the Scudetto.

  1. Ryan Gravenberch – Ajax

Versatile, intelligent, exquisite and great physical strength to describe a midfielder who is literally the perfect model of how complete they should be in midfield.

At 16 years and 130 days, he is the youngest player to debut in the Ajax shirt, but it seems that at 19 he will already go to Juventus to play in Serie A.

20.Harvey Elliott-Liverpool

  1. Yuri Alberto – Porto Alegre International

The 20-year-old striker has been the sensation of the Brazilian tournament since he scored a hattrick against Flamengo at the Maracana.

He came from Santos, where he was lucky enough to debut at 16 years old and beat Diego’s record with 32 goals in a season with the U17 team, but he didn’t have the minutes he expected to develop and decided to go free. He is now followed by Arsenal, Manchester City and Europe’s greats.

  1. Aurelien Tchouameni – Monaco




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