La Liga is not empty of young stars, here’s the list

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“The elders get out of the way. It’s the turn of the young talents.”

1NEWS – Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos were close to joining Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), they left Barcelona and Real Madrid with many trophies and tears of joy.

But on the other hand, the departure of the two veteran players who have been icons of LaLiga Santander for years has actually opened the tap for a new ‘spring’. The springs are the young players who are ready to shake the highest caste of Spanish football.

So far, young players are considered underdeveloped or underdeveloped because of big names like Lionel Messi and Ramos, so this season is a good opportunity for Pedri, Sergio Dest, Ansu Fati, Vinicius, Jules Kunde, Felix, Camavinga, Alex Isak. , Ander Barrenetxea and Martin Zubimendi.

And many more young players, to show how special they are.

The names above at least make us think twice, that in fact La Liga is not very quiet from young talents.

Reviews for Some Young Players

Pedri is the player with the highest transfer value in La Liga to date, with a value of 80 million euros / Rp. 1.3 trillion at Transfermarkt, and this Spanish national team player is one of Ronald Koeman’s foundations to build a solid team after the Messi era.

While his other team-mate, Ansu Fati is just recovering from the long run he endured since last season, where the new Barcelona number 10 owner missed most of the 2020/21 season, but the young striker is soon preparing to make up for the lost season. .

Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid expect Joao Felix, despite his grumpy appearance, the Portuguese player’s talent is not really fading, it’s only a matter of time Felix can get better.

The same goes for Vinicius Junior, but going one step further, the Real Madrid forward has already scored several goals earlier this season.

And on the day of the deadline, Real Madrid signed one of the most talented midfielders in Europe, it is Eduardo Camavinga who will look to establish himself in coach Carlo Ancelotti’s starting line-up.

Move to another club. Jules Kunde is expected to lead Sevilla’s defence, and Ronald Araujo and Eric Garcia could potentially form a promising centre-back partnership at Barcelona.

Real Sociedad can be proud of having three promising young players at once, Alex Isak, Ander Barrenetxea and Martin Zubimendi.

Then there’s Yeremi Pino at Villarreal, who has shown that he has the aoaz it takes to become an elite player.

And there are still so many young players playing in LaLiga Santander who have yet to be named.

The conclusion we can draw: LaLiga Santander may have lost two of their mainstay players, but the competition is still not short of great players, especially the young ones.

(persistent faithadi dharma/gie)

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