Join us in the list of the 10 most expensive young players in the world in 2019 in the following article!
- Ricard Puig (Spain, 19 years old – Barcelona)
In the 2017/18 season, the midfielder won the UEFA Youth League with Barcelona. Puig’s style of playing and body is like Lionel Messi.
- Ionut Radu (Romania, 21 years old – Genoa)
The captain of Romania’s Under-21 team proved their ability in the second season playing for Genoa on loan from Inter Milan. The strong point of the 21-year-old goalkeeper is the ability to reflect and access.
- Javier Sanchez (Spain, 21 years old – Real Madrid)
With both feet and a good position, the center-back made his first team debut for Real in November last year in a 4-2 win over Celta Vigo in La Liga.
- Jadon Sancho (England, 18 years old – Dortmund)
The former Man City midfielder is now Dortmund’s main card with 6 goals and 8 assists after 17 matches in the Bundesliga 2018/19, helping the Ruhr team stand the opportunity to overthrow Bayern Munich.
- Ismaila Sarr (Senegal, 20 – Stade Rennais)
The Senegal striker caught the eye after a stunning volley against Jablonec in the Europa League. Is Sarr the new Ousmane Dembele?
- Mykola Shaparenko (Ukraine, 20 years old – Dynamo Kiev)
The midfielder scored a lifetime goal against the Rennes in the Europa League, helping Kiev lead the group to win the right to round 1/16. At the age of 20, Shaparenko has twice played for Ukraine national team.
- Unai Simon (Spain, 21 years old – Athletic Bilbao)
Simon is the top pick in the position in the wooden frame at the Spanish U21 team. In addition, the 21-year-old star also well covered what Kepa left at Bilbao when joining Chelsea.
- Oliver Skipp (England, 18 – Tottenham)
In December last year, Skipp was given the opportunity to play for the first team by Maurico Pochettino. Talking about the student, the Argentinian military official said: “He will prove himself worthy of first-class accommodation”. So far, Skipp has played 5 times in the Premier League 2018/19.
- Emile Smith Rowe (England, 18 years old – Arsenal)
Speed is Rowe’s strong point. The two goals scored in the Europa League group stage of the 18-year-old midfielder proved this.
- Martin Terrier (France, 21 years old – Lyon)
The striker made his Champions League playground debut in October last year. Terrier showed his class with 7 goals scored for the French youth team in the EURO U21 qualifier.