10 Melhores jovens Jogadores de Futebol do Mundo (2012)

10 Best young footballers in the World (2012)

10. Thiago Alcantara (Age 21)

Thiago Alcantara
Aligns with Barcelona and the Spanish national team. It is a playmaker. Exits the father Mazinho, which despite its name, arrived to play for the Brazilian national team.

The playmaker made 20 league starts in the already packed Barça midfield last season, scoring two goals and making four assists.

9. El Shaarawy (Age 19)
Stephan El Shaarawy
Has a difficult name, but is ace. Son of Egyptian father and Italian mother, now shines in the service of Milan.
The teenager earned his first senior Italian cap earlier this summer and will shoulder a heap of the Rosoneri's goal scoring responsibilities this season following the departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

8. Danny Welbeck (Age 21)

Welbeck is part of choices in Man.Utd Ferguson and England. Was at Euro 2012.
In 23 league starts last campaign, Welbeck scored nine goals and made five assists and is making big strides with the England senior squad in the meantime.

7. Oscar (Age 20)

It was one of the most expensive signings this year. International swapped for Chelsea. It is a boss in midfield.
The former Internacional youth prodigy earned massive plaudits for his performances in the Brasileiro Serie A and while there's a constant flow of production coming out of Brazil, the 20-year-old still manages to stick out as a particular talent.

6. André Schürrle (Age 21)

It's a killer. The Germans have a lot of hope in him. Currently plays for Bayer Leverkusen, where he scored 7 goals last season.

One of a number of German youngsters being eased into the nation's senior team, André Schürrle has been making waves in the German top flight for some time now.
The 21-year-old made 30 starts for Bayer Leverkusen in his debut season at the BayArena, making six assists and scoring seven goals in the process.
Schürrle already has 17 caps for the German national team, scoring seven goals—quite a considerable record when you consider the player is only 21 years old.

5. Christian Eriksen (Age 20)
Christian Eriksen: The Great Dane
Middle Danish striker was considered the best player in that country. Aligns at Ajax, where he has been since 2008.

The Ajax playmaker finished last season with 19 assists and seven goals in 33 starts for the Dutch champions.
Barely out of his teenage years, Eriksen already has 26 caps for the Denmark national team and showcased his talent to the world at Euro 2012 which was, believe it or not, his second major international tournament.

4. Lucas Moura (Age 20)

Signed to a contract by PSG millionaire. For now keep going up in São Paulo and the Brazilian national team, which is already stone and lime. It is known as Lucashow.
Regardless of his age, Lucas has made 15 appearances for the Brazilian senior side and will certainly be adding to that tally in the coming years.

3. Mario Göetze (Age 20)

It has been a champion of weapons of Borrusia Dortmund. It is an eye of the biggest teams in the world. Has it in spades.

The man responsible for a great deal of Borussia Dortmund's most recent successes, Mario Götze's future rides in tandem with that of his club's.
Operating as an attacking midfielder, Götze formed a very productive partnership with Shinji Kagawa, but appears to be the Yellow and Blacks' main catalyst, making those around him look a lot better.
One person who benefits greatly from Götze's supply is Robert Lewandowski and the two have been in fine form over the last two seasons.
Götze already has 16 senior caps with Germany and is already challenging some of the nation's stalwarts for a starting place.

2. Neymar (Age 20)
It is one of the most talked about players in the world, alongside Messi and Ronaldo. The goals, the spectacular moves and feints elevate him to the level of playmaker.

Perhaps a shock inclusion at anywhere but the top spot, it goes without saying that Neymar is up there with the world's best when playing to his optimum.
The only thing working against the striker is that he's yet to play in a European elite league, a factor which can often make or break a South American prodigy.
Sky Sports reported earlier this summer that several sides agreed to meet the release clause included in his Santos contract, but the forward remained to continue his development in the Brasileiro Serie A.
Neymar regularly averages more than a goal every other game in a club season, but his first foray into Europe could be his true test.

1. Eden Hazard (Age 21)

Your name in English means danger, danger. Chelsea had no fear and risked. Now, scores goals by Londoners, and all!

And here he is, the man to knock Neymar off his usual throne in these sort of countdowns, is Eden Hazard.
The Belgian starlet has been in the public eye for as long as his Brazilian counterpart, and is dealing well with the pressure of a £32m move to Chelsea.
In three Premier League appearances for the Blues, Hazard has racked up six assists. No, your eyes aren't failing you, that is six assists.
With superior agility, a ferocious turn of pace and exhilirating dribbling control, Hazard is one of the main reasons that Chelsea are enjoying the early season success they currently are, and will play a huge role in whether they can build on last season's Champions League triumph.

Source: Bleacher Report.com


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