Top 10 Youngest Footballers – Europe’s Top 5 Leagues 2021/22

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Top 10 Youngest Footballers

Here are the top 10 youngest players in 2021/22 season

Youngsters are the future of football. They possess skills, power, speed and many other abilities and play with pure passion and respect.

This article will tell you about the top 10 youngest players in Europe’s top 5 league in 2021/22 season. Can you guess who became the youngest player to make his international debut for Spain?

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Top 10 Youngest Players (Age – YY/MM/DD)

  1. Tel (Rennes) – 16/03/19
  2. Moukoko (Dortmund) – 16/08/25
  3. Sertdemir (Bayer 04)- 16/09/03
  4. Romero (Lazio) – 16/09/10
  5. Bravo (Bayer 04) – 16/09/25
  6. Gavi (Barcelona) – 17/00/24
  7. Bastida (Cadiz) – 17/04/05
  8. Ugochukwu (Rennes) – 17/04/13
  9. Gechter (Hamsburger) – 17/06/16
  10. Cho – 17/06/20

Whoever of all the youngsters across the Europe performs best, he will be recieving the Golden Boy award. The 2021 Golden Boy award will be announced soon.

I think you guys know that to whom the Golden Boy award is given. In case you don’t know, this award is given to to the best player under 21 years in Europe’s top leagues.

Golden Boy Nominees

  • Pedri – Barcelona
  • Jude Bellingham – Dortmund
  • Florian Wirtz – Bayer 04
  • Bukayo Saka – Arsenal
  • Eduardo Camavinga – Real Madrid
  • Musiala – Bayern Munich
  • Mason Greenwood – Manchester United
  • Reyna – Dortmund
  • Nuno Mendes – PSG
  • Rodrygo – Real Madrid
  • Gravenberch – Ajax
  • Pino – Villareal
  • Gil – Tottenham Hotspur
  • Gavi – Barcelona
  • De Ketelaere – Club Brugge
  • Adeyemi – RB Salsbug
  • Saliba – Marseille
  • Timber – Ajax
  • Piccoli – Atalanta
  • Daniel Maldini – AC Milan

Answer to the question above – Gavi

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