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Opinion : Top 7 Wonderkids in The World Right Now

One of the most important individual honors in European soccer is the "Golden Boy" award. The award, which was established in 2003 by the Italian sports newspaper Tuttosport and is voted on by journalists and the general public, is given to the footballer under the age of 21 who has had the best calendar year. Lionel Messi, Wayne Rooney, and, most recently, Joao Felix of Atletico Madrid and Portugal were among the previous champions. To see the whole list, continue reading.

7. Mason Greenwood

Greenwood scored 17 goals in all competitions for Manchester United last season, and despite a drop in form this season, he remains one of the world's most exciting young strikers.

6. Bukayo Saka

Saka, who has received plaudits both domestically and internationally, only one player in the Europa League last season had more assists than him.

5. Ansu Fati

With a market value of €60.00m, Ansu Fati is ranked number 3 among all players of at Barcelona. With a market value of €60.00m, Ansu Fati is ranked number 9 among all players of the LaLiga. Given Barcelona's severe financial condition, it's no longer feasible to assume that any player is absolutely off the table. Despite inheriting Messi's number 10 shirt following his return from injury, Ansu Fati is one of the highest rated players you can add to your squad for a lower price than you may imagine.

4. Jamal Musiala

With a market value of €50.00m, Jamal Musiala is ranked number 9 among all players of at FC Bayern . With a market value of €50.00m, Jamal Musiala is ranked number 12 among all players of the Bundesliga. Jamal Musiala is a terrific young player with awesome dribbling and mobility metrics at only 18 years old, making him an even less plausible signing than Fati. Not only that, but he also comes with 76 finishing moves and 5 star skill moves right out of the gate in Career Mode, making him a valuable addition to any offensive. If he can swiftly improve his stamina, he can play any advanced midfield position.

2. Phil Foden

Many questions were posed of Phil Foden during his time at Manchester City, where he struggled for playing time in recent seasons; yet, Pep Guardiola stated that he had huge intentions for the English playmaker. Foden is displaying the talent that his boss has mentioned in the past this season. In less than 2000 minutes of action this last season, Foden had nine goals and five assists. He's only 20 years old, but he's already under pressure to be a vital player for his club, while England fans hype him up ahead of the European Championships that was played few months ago. The ability exists. Is he able to maintain his feet on the ground while still making progress?

1. Erling Haaland

It's weird to refer to Haaland as one of football's "wonderkids," given that he's already scored over 100 goals in the league. Sure, you may dismiss him as a huge fish in a small pond because of his strike rate with Molde and Red Bull Salzburg. It's impossible to ignore the Norwegian at this point. He joined Borussia Dortmund more than a year ago and is averaging a goal per 82 minutes. When looking at his Champions League games, that ratio improves yes, improves to 65 minutes. Regarding Haaland, there are no doubts. He is on his way to become the best striker on the planet.

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