Premier League : 3 of the most exciting youngsters to watch out for
The new season of the Premier League is not far away and the clubs are preparing new challenges and new opportunities for a new campaign. At the highest level, there are no objections, and players will do everything possible to stay in the spotlight.
In the middle, while a series of talented young people can reach the main team after having created them in the youth circle. The players of tomorrow were carefully prepared and had the opportunity to provide optimum performance.
As the World Cup came just 10 days later, and the organizing stars are on vacation, we have seen the young people go to the leading teams on the opening weekend of the opening tournament. Well, that's information that includes the emotion that we usually attribute to the first championship.
In any case, without worrying about that, let's take a look at the three most exciting young people to watch in the Premier League:
# 3. Xavier Amaechi - Arsenal:
exciting prospect of the Arsenal Youth System recently.
Amaechi was so fascinating among young people last season that when they were under 18, they started trading
Amaechi is now a member of the international U-17 team of Angola with an electric rhythm, skill, and vision to
match, Amaechi can only enter the spotlight and stay as if he were there.
# 3. Callum Hudson - Odom - Chelsea:
After being named one of the brightest prospects of Chelsea's youth system (and saying a lot), Callum Hudson -
Hudson: is quick with the ball at his feet, with great control and strength to suppress opponents and finish the block.
Maurizio Sarri is certainly tempted to give him some opportunities, and almost certainly the young man will be impressed.
Jody Marris, former Chelsea director, told this English man,
- You still have to do a lot.
"You will receive a lot of praise because you saw that it had a real quality, but at other times it showed that it must be mature to follow the instructions."
# 1. Ryan Sessegnon - Fulham:
It's not true that Ryan Sessegnon is called an exciting young man. The boy is 18 years old, is one of the most
important teeth in the Fulham system and has been interested in a series of first level championships.
Ryan Sessegnon became the first player to leave the Premier League and the PFA became the youngest of the season.
Now part of the u-21 team, Sessegnon scored 16 goals and helped 6 at Fulham.[simple-author-box]