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Euro 2024: 10 Youngsters To Watch In Germany


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The commencement of the 2024 European Championship slated for the 14th of June across ten cities in Germany is just three days away, will see fans all over the globe stay glue to their television for the best of football games.

In recent years particularly if the Euros come to town, we’ve seen the tournament produced youngsters who went on to rule the football world after announcing themselves in the tournament.

As such, with this year edition set to commence soon football enthusiasts will look forward to see youngsters that will lite-up the Euros with their talents for their respective nations in Germany.

So here on Isagoal, we’ll headline 10 youngsters to watch in Germany.

Florian Wirtz – (Germany)

Number one on our list is Germany’s wonderkid and Bayer Leverkusen’s midfielder Florian Wirtz, who without mincing word had the best of campaign in the just concluded Bundesliga season.

Wirtz, played an integral part in the Bayer Leverkusen’s team that won the Bundesliga in an invincible fashion upstaging the regular winner Bayern Munich this season and also won the DFB Pokal.

The 21-year-old was so brilliant in the just concluded season that he won the ‘Bundesliga Player of the Year Award’ having contributed 22 goals and assists for Bayer Leverkusen.

Lamine Yamal – (Spain)

La Furia Rojas being one of the favorites to win the European Championship will parade one of the finest youngsters in European football in Germany this year.

Yamal, who scored on his debut against Georgia to become the nation’s youngest goal-scorer in the folklore of the country will be expected to lite-up the tournament once it’s commences in three days time.

Spain have always had a wealth of brilliant and technically gifted players in the national team over the years, so with the former champions ready to compete in Germany young Yamal will be crucial for La Furia Rojas.

Xavi Simon – (Netherlands)

Simon, who is nurtured in the four walls of La Masia in Barcelona, will headline the Orange national team starting eleven once the tournament commences in Germany in three days time.

The Dutch may not be as strong as they were in attack in previous years, but defensively and in the midfield they’ve got a lot of qualities in those positions with the RB Leipzig star the man to watch.

In terms of good techniques, intelligence and brilliancy on the pitch, the diminutive midfielder have got all of these qualities in his game which the fans will be expected to see in his game.

Cole Palmer – (England)

In a season where Chelsea had one of their worth campaign in the English Premier League, young Palmer stood out among his peers with his consistent and brilliant performances for the Blues.

With the European Championship set to start in three days time, England will be expected to hit the ground running having played in the last Euros final before and as such Palmer will be expected to continue from where he stopped with Chelsea.

He may not be the go-to man for Gareth Southgate but if given the opportunity in the starting line-up his a quality player who have got what he takes to punish opposition team.

Arda Guler – (Turkiye)

Champions League winner with Real Madrid, Arda Guler, is one of the Turkish leading players that will be expected to lite-up the Euros with his talent which includes passing ability, eye for goal and techniques on the ball.

The expectation of good performance will be expected of him from the passionate Turkish fanbase, who saw him dazzled in the Super League before he moved to Real Madrid last summer.

There are many exciting prospects coming through the Turkish national team, however, the brightest star the fans will be looking forward to see in Germany is Arda Guler.

Illia Zabarnyi – (Ukraine)

The Bournemouth’s defender Zabarnyi will be one of the top youngsters to watch out for in Germany, having made 37 appearances at the just concluded English Premier League this season.

His brilliant ball playing skills and exceptional defensive ability makes him a player to watch for Ukraine at the Euros, despite Ukrainian parading other senior players who are also expected to carry the responsibility of winning games for the team.

Should Zabarnyi have a successful Euro’s campaign in Germany, there are possibilities that top clubs across Europe could come knocking on the door of Bournemouth for the signature of the 21-year-old.

Warren Zaire-Emery – (France)

Tournament favorites Les Bleu will be parading some of the best youngsters at the Euros including Eduardo Camavinga and Warren Zaire-Emery, who has been brilliant for Paris St-Germain since he made his debut for the Parisian.

The young Warren Zaire-Emery has been a revelation for the Parisian since his rise through the academy, which germinated into him being invited to the national team having impressed in the just concluded Ligue 1.

No doubt Warren Zaire-Emery has so much competition in his position in a star studded French team, however, having shown what he can bring to the table this season is likely to be given the nod as a starter for France.

Benjamin Sesko – (Slovenia)

If goal-scorers what you look for in a major tournament, then the RB Leipzig forward Benjamin Sesko is one of the most exciting players to watch at this year’s Euros.

Like other youngsters who are expected to lite-up the Euros, Sesko also represents a crop of players his tipped to shoulder the responsibility of his team against all opponents they are to face in Germany.

Sesko is a predator like striker in-front of goal who possesses the technical attributes normally associated with a world-class forward expected to score goals once he gets the chance.

Riccardo Calafiori – (Italy)

The Azzurri’s triumph at the Euros 2020 against England brought to the fore the end of an era for some legendary players, while it is also expected that the next generation will be the ones to take the reign in the national team.

As such, since the last final of the European Championship Italy brought in a crop of youngsters who have got the qualities to become world-class players like the retired legends.

In that regard, one among these stars includes Bologna’s defender Riccardo Calafiori, who played a significant role in the team qualifying for next season UEFA’s Champions League under their departed manager Thiago Motta.

Antonio Silva – (Portugal)

If there’s any player who has been extremely brilliant for Benfica this season in the Primeira Liga despite losing the league to Sporting CP, it is Antonio Silva who was unquestionably important to Roger Schmidt’s style of play.

Silva, despite been a product of Benfica instantly rise to a world-class standards for his team in terms of his ball-playing ability, defensive skill-set and ability to read the game from his position.

He might not be the go to man for Martinez in terms of the Portuguese starting line-up, however, if called upon his one brilliant you can depend on to deliver in a major tournament as the European Championship.

Notable Mention:

Anthony Gordon – (England)

Heorhii Sudakov – (Ukraine)

Kobo Mainoo – (England)

Leo Sauer – (Slovakia)

Kenan Yildiz – (Turkiye)

This article was updated 2 weeks ago

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