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Cracks to follow at the Under-17 World Cup: Pedri, Talles… – SPANISH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith


Cracks to follow at the Under-17 World Cup: Pedri, Talles... - SPANISH FOOTBALL 1

The U-17 World Cup kicks off on Saturday in Brazil in a unique opportunity for scouts and scouts to observe those who may be the great figures of football in the coming years. Here are some of the names to keep in mind:

Pedri (Spain): He signed him last summer and left him on loan at Las Palmas. He’s compared to Iniesta. He usually plays on the left wing to associate and search diagonals.

Magno (Brazil) : It is indisputable in a historical like the Vasco da Gama despite its youth. He’s 17 years old, but he’s already 1.86m. To its physical power it adds speed, skill and precision in definition. Aim for crack.

Aouchiche (France): The next big hope of the PSG quarry. He dazzled in the last Euro Under-17: nine goals in five games. He likes to play behind the striker.

Mvoué (Cameroon): Son of Régine Mvoué, first captain of the history of the Indomitable Lionesses. Captain and soul of his national team, he was voted the best player of last African U-17 Cup.

Matías Palacios (Argentina): The youngest in history to debut with the first team of San Lorenzo de Almagro. He likes to carry the ball glued to his foot, participate a lot and organize. Fine stylist.

Gio Reyna (USA): He was the son of two former American internationals (Claudio Reyna and Danielle Egan). He was signed by Dortmund. Vieira, who trained him in New York City, compares him to Trezeguet.

Zito (Angola): He is on the radar of United (they came to test him) and other great Europeans. Very fast end, skillful and easy to see goal

Hoever (Netherlands): In Holland he plays on the right-back, but he can also act as a central. He has a privileged physique. Klopp made him debut for Liverpool last year.

Efrain Alvarez (Mexico): A high-quality midfielder and good shot, in Mexico they see him as their next leader. He plays in los Angeles Galaxy, where he has already settled on the first team.

Nemeth (Hungary): South African origin. If Hungary has achieved the feat of getting into this tournament for the second time in its history, it’s because of him. It’s burly and with a big header.