25 May 2022 | 11:50 | Football
10. Morgan Gibbs-White | Wolves
He impressed at Molineux by providing an assist in his first Premier League game, against Chelsea in December 2018. After that injury and poor form prevented him from playing for the first team as much as was expected. . He joined Sheffield United on loan before the 2021/2022 season.
9. Moise Kean | Juventus
By then, he had made his debut for the Italian national team, starting to burn at Juventus, scoring in six consecutive games for club and country. Then Kean unexpectedly joined Everton but struggled in the Premier League, joining Paris Saint-Germain on loan in October 2020. The young star impressed in France and returned to Juventus in 2021, he scored 4 goals in 24 Serie A games this season and is not the number 1 choice in Massimiliano Allegri’s squad.
8. Diego Lainez | Real Betis
The player hasn’t even gotten a regular start at Club America when Real Betis decided to pay 14 million euros for his services in January 2019. “Messi Mexico” has had a promising start to the season. Spain. However, due to various problems, he has not progressed as expected and is expected to move to the MLS in recent weeks.
7. Sandro Tonali | Brescia
Following his promotion at Brescia, Tonali joined AC Milan, he has been a key factor in Stefano Pioli’s squad this season, and Tonali’s fine form has seen him call-up back to the Italy squad.
6. Alphonso Davies | Bayern Munich
In 2019, the Canadian player only arrived at Bayern Munich but quickly proved himself, making a great contribution to the Gray Lobster’s successful 2019/2020 season. The following season he did not achieve the same level of performance. Earlier this year Davies was diagnosed with a heart condition and he recently returned to training.
5. Rodrigo | Real Madrid
The striker marked his La Liga debut with a goal within 93 seconds and a perfect hat-trick in his first Champions League appearance. Currently, although it is still uncertain whether to start in Carlo Ancelotti’s squad, the Brazilian has had some important performances this season, especially in the Champions League.
4. Phil Foden | Manchester City
Liked by Pep Guardiola as “a diamond”, Foden has grown up as expected, becoming one of the leaders on the field of City, the world’s leading team at the moment.
3. Callum Hudson-Odoi | Chelsea
Despite his rapid shine under Frank Lampard, Hudson-Odoi has so far remained on the fringes of the Chelsea squad, although he has impressed at times when given the chance to play.
2. Vinicius Junior | Real Madrid
At the beginning of his career, Vinicius went through many ups and downs, he was signed by Real at the age of 16 but had a completely disappointing first time in Spain. After years of ups and downs, the Brazil international has finally flourished at the Santiago Bernabeu, hitting double digits in both goals and assists this season, forming a fantastic partnership with Karim Benzema .
1. Jadon Sancho | Borussia Dortmund
Sancho rose to the top level from a very young age, but when he moved to Manchester United, Sancho’s first Premier League game did not reach the heights many expected, although things have gradually improved. for you.