Anybody even remotely keen on football will know precisely who Lionel Messi is. The Argentine has astonished fans with his inherent abilities throughout the years, setting records no one accepted conceivable.
On account of Messi's remarkable abilities, Barcelona have delighted in too much of greatness as the years progressed. Around 33 trophies have come to Camp Nou, including 10 LaLiga titles and four Champions Leagues. In this manner, everyone needs a bit of Messi for themselves.
In any case, the six-time Ballon d'Or victor's unfaltering dedication to the Blaugrana has left them with no other decision however to scan for the following best thing: 'The new Messi'.
15-year-old Luka Romero is the most recent in an extensive line of youthful abilities to be contrasted with Leo. The Mallorca midfielder, named as the 'Mexican Messi', as of late turned into the most youthful LaLiga debutant.
In any case, what befell the past ones?
We answer this by giving you the best 6 youthful stars named:
1. Bojan Krkic - (New Messi)
2. Gerardo Bruna - (Real Madrid Messi)
3. Mohammed Salah - (Egyptian Messi)
4. Ryan Gauld - (Mini Messi)
5. Lee Seung Woo - (Korean Messi)
6. Martin Odegaard - (Next Messi)
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