TOFailing to see how the season will end, we review who have been the most outstanding promises in the most relevant leagues (La Liga, Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1). To form this team, the Driblab consultancy selects statistical parameters depending on each position, the outstanding players are those who have a better overall performance in those metrics according to their position. This ideal eleven shows how the Bundesliga is, without a doubt, the competition that accumulates the most young talent, in addition to highlighting the management of the young promises of Real Madrid:
Many are established stars despite their age, players who accumulate several seasons at a great level such asKylian Mbapp, Jadon Sancho or Achraf Hakimi. But 2019/20 has revealed several unexpected names: the definitive leap ofAlphonso Davies or Reece James. In addition to the confirmation in the lite of two Madridistas pearls:Fede Valverde, settling in the first team; and Martin Odegaard,without suffering the passage of the Eredivisie to one of the big leagues.
Although the leading role of the Spanish league is quite low in the starting eleven, we must point out that our competition has a guaranteed generational relay. Footballers like ALexander Isak, Marc Cucurella or Ferrn Torres appear among the best under 21 according to Driblab’s methodology.Without losing sight of the promising offensive arsenal of Real Madrid and Barcelona: Vinicius, Ansu Fati and Rodrygo are already approaching the best talents under 21 with several years of advantage over the rest.
Without a doubt, the Bundesliga is established as the most attractive competition to develop young talent. In addition to the five starting footballers in our ideal eleven,Players like Kai Havertz, Ozan Kabak or Josip Brekalo are some of the most interesting promises outside the big clubs. This season reinforces the trend of the last years of Germany as the ideal place for these future bets and, therefore, it has increased its capacity to attract soccer players like Achraf Hakimi from La Liga; Jadon Sancho or Rabbi Mattondo from the quarries of the Premier; and Moussa Diaby or Dan Axel Zagadou from France.