Top 10 Best Bundesliga Players 2018
Top Ten Best Players in The Bundesliga? Which footballers are the best in Germany? Who are the best footballers in the Bundesliga 2018? Well if you have, then worry not, as we have the Top 10 best Bundesliga players right now in 2018 list. Here we look at some of the best footballers in the world who play in the Bundesliga.
Top 10 Best Bundesliga players right now
10. Jérôme Boateng – Bayern Munich
Starting the Top 10 Bundesliga players at number 10 is Jerome Boateng. Boateng is a 29-year-old German footballer who currently plays for Bayern Munich and the German National team as a defender. Starting his career at Hertha BSC where he developed most of his football skills and ranks then later polished them when he signed for Hamburger SV.
German footballer was signed to Manchester City in June 2010 for £10.4 million and the contract lasting for 5 years, but his performance was not up to par. After a whole season at City, Boateng made his debut, when he was signed to Bayern Munich in June 2011 for €13.5 million.
Since he was signed over to Bayern, Boateng has improved incredibly, scoring a goal in the amazing 7–0 Champions League last 16 win against Shakhtar Donetsk in march of the year 2015 and managed to score yet another goal in a 6–1 quarter-final win over FC Porto.
Boateng has attained more red cards and match-bans as compared to his fellow teammates due to his strength and tough-tackling defense mechanism thus making him one of the best defenders in the Bundesliga.
9. Mario Götze – Borussia Dortmund
Mario Götze, a 25-year-old German footballer who currently plays for Borussia Dortmund and the German National team as well. Götze started his career at the age of 8 at the Dortmund’s youth academy making his way up to the main team when he was promoted during the 2009/10 bundesliga season.
It was a worthy promotion most Dortmund fans would say as Mario Götze, showed his admirable ability when he scored the winning goal against Werder Bremen in a 2-1 win for Dortmund in 2012 and later scored a hat-trick in a game against Hannover 96 in the third round of the DFB-Pokal played on 19th december. In July 2013, he was signed to Bayern Munich for €37 million, making him the most expensive German player.
Since the fall of 2013, the German’s performance improved better than expected, scoring goals twice in the champions league during the 2013/14 season and helping Bayern advance to the finals of the 2013 FIFA Club World Cup Final. Götze also scored the deciding goal in the 113th minute during the 2014 FIFA world cup after coming on as a substitute after Miroslav Klose after 88 minute gameplay, Götze was also named man of the match.