Rising Soccer stars: 7 Young Players To Watch In 2018
Are you a soccer fan? Then you must know them all, but in case you miss out the names and for others who are not much acquainted, we share a list of the best soccer players of today. In the list of future football stars of 2018, you can suggest some more names, whom you consider efficient and promising as well. The list of top football players are not according to their rankings, but a random mention.
The list of future soccer stars of 2018:
Naby Keïta (RB Leipzig, 21)
He is an excellent, box-to-box central midfielder, and been compared to N’Golo Kanté but passes the ball with a range of perfectness that has evoked parallels with Deco. Keïta is popular with high-intensity pressing game taught by Ralph Hasenhüttl and gives the feel of freshness and positivity behind the entire Leipzig team.
Alexander Isak (AIK, 17)
He made his debut at the age of 16, and he is now 17 but it seems as if he has been in the field for a long time. He is a great talent. He has a great capacity to go far. What is outstanding about him, the ability to score several types of goal and a clearness in thinking.
Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City, 19)
The 19-year-old forward has been successful to every challenge so far. After scoring three times in the Olympics he made his debut for the senior Brazil side in September’s World Cup qualifier against Ecuador, where he achieved with two goals.
Leonardo Da Silva Lopes (Peterborough United, 18)
Lopes, born in Lisbon but joined Peterborough’s academy at the age of 14 after playing junior football and is a remarkable talent. Lopes is an exceptional player at winning the ball, tackling with a cleanness and carries it slickly, and appearing a threat as well.
Lewis Baker (Chelsea, 21)
Baker is the producing dominant and decisive performances in Vitesse Arnhem’s midfield on the somewhat weekly basis, but after a relatively slow start to his professional career, he’s now in form. Whether or not things are fine with him, a future in the Premier League is quite certain.
Malang Sarr (Nice, 17)
Nice’s reach to the top of Ligue 1 is surprising and the fact he has done it with a 17-year-old center-back adds to the achievement. Sarr is not a weak link, but it is hard to find another young defender in Europe who performed with that consistency and he seems good to master a position that usually needs experience. Proof of his flexibility on the pitch is the fact that he looks equally comfortable when Nice turned to a three-man defence; with such quality, along with speed and strength, cannot go unnoticed by others and a player who was hardly known outside his city, only a year ago appears to earn a bigger name.
Andre Dozzell ( Ipswich Town, 17)
History was repeated in April when Dozzell made his senior debut for Ipswich at Sheffield Wednesday and, aged 16 years, promptly scored. His father, Jason, is yet the youngest-ever goalscorer in England’s top flight after but it is suggested that, Andre can go further than his father. Dozzell is an old-fashioned player, with a unique ability to make time on the ball and with a sharp eye for a pass, and has a happy flair of scoring from free-kicks.
With this, we conclude the list of the youngest football players in the world, who are the superstars of the future.