2 Barca Stars, Amad Diallo listed in the Top 20 Young Players in the World. Check full list
By Akinsports | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 5794 views
Goal has realesed the list of 50 best young players in the World who were born before January 2002. The list which was selected by 44 goal Journalists in 44 different countries is done to identify the top young talents in the World.
Barcelona Star Ansu Fati has been chosen as the first out of the 50 players. In the list was also two More Barcelona stars. Pedri was listed 4th while Moriba is number 50.
❗Ansu Fati has been chosen as the best young player in the world by Goal. Pedri has been ranked 4th
In the top 20, there are only 2 premier league players. Fabio Silva who plays for Wolves and Man United star Amad Diallo.
Here are the top 20.
1) Ansu Fati
2) Eduardo Camavinga
3) Gio Reyna
5) Jude Bellingham
15) Yousoffa Moukoko
16) Tanguy Nianzou
17) Fabio Silva
18) Kaio Jorge
19) Amad Diallo
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