“The Guardian” has identified the greatest talents in World Football


For the sixth consecutive year, the respected British newspaper “The Guardian” has highlighted the greatest talents in world football. The publication published a list of 60 promising players born in 2002.

Among them are the discovery of Barcelona this season by Ansu Fati, as well as the son of Icelandic football legend Eidur Gudjonsen – Andri Lucas Gudjonsen, who is part of Real Madrid. There are representatives of 38 countries, with the largest being France – five. Spain has four, and Italy, Germany, Argentina and Brazil have three each. Selected players include countries from Malaysia, Tajikistan, Thailand and Uzbekistan. You can see the full list HERE.