The next big names in world football


The generation of 2006 is starting to show its face in the world football atmosphere. Some of them are already established in their teams and others are already being talked about. Let's take a look at the best European players of this generation.

Archie Gray (Leeds United)

The young English player at his young age has become one of the most important players for Leeds United and one of the best players in the EFL Championship. Several Premier League clubs have already shown interest in him in the winter transfer window, although his club has no plans to sell him. However, if they do not achieve promotion this year, his departure this summer is imminent and Liverpool are best positioned to take the versatile British player who can play both in midfield and in the defensive line. In addition, Leeds have incorporated Voon Sports rebounders into their technical training, positioning themselves as a creator of top level players in their academy.

Archie Gray

Jorrel Hato (Ajax Amsterdam)

Ajax's "new Matthijs De Ligt", this young Dutch centre-back has had a massive rise in a very short period of time, in just over a year he has gone from playing for Ajax's U17s and youth team to making his debut for the Dutch national team and becoming a mainstay at the club. At his young age, Hato has already worn the captain's armband for Ajax and has played every minute for the club this season, becoming a benchmark for his young age.

Jorrel Hato

Lucas Bergvall (Tottenham)

The brand new signing of Tottenham Hotspur is one of the most talked about players during this winter market, after a spectacular season at Djurgardens the young Swede has been wanted by several clubs, but finally accepted the offer of the English team. The youngster has been compared to the blaugrana player Frenkie De Jong, for his great dribble and ball control, as well as his good vision.

Lucas Bergvall

Sverre Nypan (Rosenborg)

The new pearl of Norwegian football is already on the lips of the big European clubs, the Rosenborg player was the youngest player to debut with the Norwegian club on 6 November 2022; signed his first contract with the club in January 2022 and four months after making great performances with the subsidiary, decided to make him a new contract to play with the first team. Thanks to his great performance, clubs like Arsenal or Manchester City have been interested in him although Real Madrid seems to be the best positioned to take the Norwegian player.

Sverre Nypan

Warren Zaire-Emery (Paris Saint Germain)

This young French player is the most established of this generation, he made his debut with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in Ligue 1 on 6 August 2022 at just 16 years old, in his first season he established himself as one of the regulars in the Parisian team and this year under Luis Enrique has earned his place as untouchable in the starting eleven of the French team, thanks to this, he has already made his debut with the national team and become the youngest player to debut and score a goal with the French jersey.


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