The world of football has got so many superstars and yet there are more rising stars coming up for the future.
The world's best players are getting younger, but is it finally time to crown successors to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo? With players like Dortmund striker Erling Haaland and Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden making headlines every week, is it finally time to crown successors to the legendary Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo? For the third year in a row.
PSG's Kylian Mbappe, the previous two years' No. 1, is now too old to be included, as is the case with others from the most recent top 10, such as Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold. Some of this year's crowns have already made their mark on the big stage. You can recall Haaland's Champions League debut but who has done enough to cut, what are their unique attributes, and how can they improve? SportsArena1 presents our list of the game's most promising young players age 21 or younger.
10. Bukayo Saka - Arsenal
9. Vinicius Junior - Real Madrid
8. Joao Felix - Atletico Madrid
7. Pedri - Barcelona
6. Jude Bellingham - Dortmund
5. De Light - Juventus
4. Ansu Fati - Barcelona
3. Phil Foden - Manchester City
2. Jadon Sancho - Dortmund
1. Erling Haaland - Dortmund
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