Nations League promising youngsters 2023!
UEFA Nations League promising youngsters? Have you ever wondered about which youngsters will perform well at the Nations League in 2023? well, if you have then no need to think again because Sillyseason.com has come up with a list of the Top 5 Nations League 2023 promising youngsters. Watch & Bet on Football Live =>
Top Nations League young footballers 2023!
With the UEFA Nations League 2023 coming our way in June 2023 we have put down a list of the top 5 UEFA Nations League 2023 promising youngsters we can look forward to watch at the Nations League 2023 after all the 55 teams participating have been finalized. The UEFA Nations League 2023 is set to kick off on June 01 to end on June 21 2023 in Europe.
There has been quite a number of surprising additions to the teams participating in the Euro and some highly rated stars will be left out in the selection process. Watch & Bet on Football Live =>
Top 5 Nations League youngsters To Watch-Out For In UEFA Nations League 2023
Pedri is one of the UEFA Nations League 2023 promising youngsters. He is following in the footsteps of the likes of Juan Carlos Valeron, David Silva and Pedro Rodriguez. He made it into Spain’s international side.
The 19-year-old midfielder joined Barcelona in 2020 from Las Palmas. He took time to establish himself at the Camp Nou and managed just one appearance in his debut season. His international debut for Spain came during the World Cup qualifier against Greece in 2021. He will also be part of Spain’s World Cup squad for the Qatar 2023.
He will want to use the Nations League 2023 to show the world his potential and have more bidders come in for him. It will be the chance of a lifetime for him to take a struggling Spanish side to the top!
Bukayo Saka (England/Arsenal)
England’s Bukayo Saka is one of the UEFA Nations League 2023 promising youngsters. Saka provided an assist when Arsenal won Community Shield against Liverpool in 2020. In 2021/22, he won the three players of the month award and finished the season with seven goals and seven assists across all competitions.
He was voted Arsenal Player of the Season. In 2021/22, he made his 100th appearance for the club. The Englishman became the second-youngest player, after Nicolas Anelka, to score 10 Premier League goals for Arsenal.
Saka was part of England’s EURO 2020 campaign which they made it into the finals. He scored his first international goal against Austria. He had a bad memory in the final that he missed out the penalty in the penalty shootout against Italy.
Saka has netted 11 goals in Premier League this season and played an important role in the club’s impressive campaign where they came close to the top-four finish. Saka would look to replicate the same in Nations League.
Wow! the young red is definitely having the best time and the worst time of his career.
Jamal Musiala (Germany/Bayern Munich)
The Germany midfielder is also one of the UEFA Nations League 2023 promising youngsters. He was born in Stuttgart but could have been played for England at the Euro as his father is British-Nigerian. Jamal has represented both Germany and England at the youth level too.
In 2019, the midfielder left the Chelsea academy to join Bayern and pushed his chances high for Germany. He was handed his Germany debut in a World Cup qualifier against Iceland. The 19-year-old has scored 5 goals in 30 Bundesliga appearances and won the title as well. He might be an important player for the Germans who are looking for a major trophy since 2014 World Cup.
Joao Felix (Portugal/Atletico Madrid)
The Portuguese youngster made a world-record move from Portugal to Spain last summer as a teenager. He is one of the most highly-rated talents in Europe currently.
His first season at Atletico has been tough but he has definitely learned a lot about playing and winning under Simeone’s warrior Atletico side. Felix is also one of the UEFA Nations League 2023 promising youngsters.
He will be crucial to Portugal retaining their trophy alongside Cristiano Ronaldo in the attack. The Portugal side are only dangerous when it comes to scoring goals with Bernardo Silva and Gelson Martins also creating goals.
Jeremy Doku (Belgium/Rennes)
Jeremy Duku is the most surprising name in this list but he is also one of the UEFA Nations League 2023 promising youngsters.
The Belgium side has been great in the last 4 years since their impressive campaign at Russia in 2018. They have big stars like De Bruyne who is also part of our list of Top Nations League 2023 Players. Despite having Lukaku, De Bruyne and Hazard, Doku could have a vital role to play for Roberto Martinez’s side.
The Belgian squad is full of established stars these days, but amid concern for the fitness of Kevin De Bruyne and the form of Eden Hazard, Doku could have a notable role to play for Roberto Martinez’s side.
He made his Belgium debut in 2020 against Denmark in the UEFA Nations League, just before Rennes signed him on a club-record fee. He was named to the starting 11 for Belgium’s quarter-final loss against Italy in Euro 2020. Watch & Bet on Football Live =>
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