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Forget Ronaldo and Messi. Meet The Young Player That Is Currently Making Football Interesting.

There are so many footballers out there, that are very good and more productive than Messi and Ronaldo. Thou Messi and Ronaldo are very good players, very productive and intelligent. But there are some young upcoming footballers that will beat their records and set new ones with time. Messi and Ronaldo are getting old and will retire soon from football. One thing for sure is this, Messi and Ronaldo are truly football Icons and nothing can change it. They have made names for themselves which is a very good thing.

Currently, there is a young star who is doing very well, his name is Phil Foden.

Phil Foden is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for England under 21 and premier league club Manchester City.

Phil Foden was born on the 28 of May 2000( he is currently 20 years old). He joined Manchester City on the 1st of July 2017.

Phil Foden is a very good player. His pattern of football is similar to that of "Firmino of Liverpool". Foden is a creative play maker, he moves the ball around like it's stress free. He can mark very well and he is a very careful player. He avoids getting booked by the referee which is a very good thing to do.

The 20 years old play maker, preferred foot is his left foot. Foden who has contributed to the team's success has also achieved somethings for himself too. Foden has won two(2) English premier league titles, three Efl cups which is currently known as Carabao cup, Foden has also won two(2) FA community shield and one(1) FA Cup with Manchester City.

The 20 years old play maker earns £12,000 weekly, £624,000 annually, his current market value is €27.00m and his net worth is 1million usd. What a great start for the creative midfielder.

Foden can become the next world best, if he continues to do well.

What is your take on Phil Foden as a football fan, do you think he is really going to be a world best player someday?

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