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11 prodigies worth watching in 2024

The world football village has many ‘morning stars’ promising and promising a strong breakthrough in 2024.

Lucas Bergvall

The Swedish midfielder was born in 2006, plays for Djurgardens and soon attracted interest from Barcelona. Bergvall debuted for the Djurgardens first team at the age of 15 but showed maturity and maturity beyond his years. His ability to escape presending and rotate the ball is truly impressive.

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 Bergvall has a promising future.

Kevin Zeroli

As captain of Milan’s youth team in the 2023-24 season, Zeroli was given the opportunity by Stefano Pioli to make his Rossoneri debut in a 4- 1 against Cagliari in Coppa Italia. He joined Milan at the age of five and has progressed through all youth levels. Zeroli promises to be able to do great things in this new year 2024.

Shea Lacey

While the seniors at Man United continue to decline, Lacey is having a breakthrough in the U18 Red Devils team. At just 16 years old, Lacey’s potential is simply too great and attracts all eyes. He promises to be given a chance in the first team soon, as Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s more sustainable and youth-focused approach begins to take shape.

Wise Paez

Recruited by Chelsea in the summer of 2023, the 16-year-old will officially join the club in 2025 after his 18th birthday. From now on, Paez promises to have a big breakthrough, thanks to his incredible dexterity in playing and terrifying strength and agility for his age.

Paulo Iago

With Carlo Ancelotti staying at Real Madrid until at least 2026, there will be more opportunities for young players to be showcased. Iago is only 16 years old, but has shown superior qualities, especially the ability to pass and handle the ball in tight spaces.

Francesco Camarda

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 Camarda – teenage assassin.

Born in Milan, Camarda just made his debut for the Rossoneri at the age of 15. This striker has scored 485 goals at youth level. The sky is the limit for him in 2024.

Claudio Echeverri

Recently snapped up by Man City after a breakthrough performance at the U17 World Cup, Echeverri deserves to be compared to Lionel Messi.

Finley Gorman

Echeverri is being praised, and Man City also made the right move when signing Gorman from Leeds United for a record fee of 1.2 million pounds for a 15-year-old player. The early signs of this morning star are especially promising.

Ethan Mbappe

Mbappe is only 17, and is a midfielder in the mold of Jude Bellingham, with formidable goalscoring ability. He also possesses speed that is not inferior to his brother Kylian Mbappe.

Roony Bardghji

Scoring against Man United in the Champions League at the age of 17 is something every player dreams of. The Copenhagen star lived that dream. Bardghji is currently 18 years old, is becoming more and more mature and is attracting interest from top European clubs.

Lamine Yamal

Yamal shouldered the weight of expectations as he became a Barcelona first team player with ease and earned his place at just 16 years old. It’s time for him to take it to the next level in 2024.

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