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The most expensive U21 star in the world

24 Jul 2022 | 17:20 | News

Most expensive U21 star (in millions of euros) according to Transfermarkt statistics.

Erling Harland One of the most high-profile names in the Premier League next season. After a spell in the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund, Haaland will be put to the test at the highest level of fitness and competitive competition.

Karim Adeyemi The Salzburg jersey, with 23 goals and 9 assists last season, shined. The 2002-born young star has just been brought in by Borussia Dortmund for 30 million euros to fill Haaland’s vacancy.

After an impressive performance helping Real Madrid win the Champions League and La Liga, little Vinicius (Left) is about to be bound by the “White Army”, and the contract period is until the summer of 2027. The two sides have reached an agreement on all terms and are only waiting for the official announcement on the official website of the Royal Team.

Ansu Fati Inheriting Lionel Messi’s No. 10 jersey, it is believed to be the heart of manager Xavi’s revolution at Camp Nou. The young star, born in 2002, is trying to get back to his best for the new football season.

At the age of 19, Pedri Has always been considered one of Barcelona’s unshakable names. The Spanish midfielder has signed a contract until 2026 that includes a release clause of up to 1 billion euros.

Dortmund is the ideal destination Jude Bellingham Learn and gain experience. Liverpool and Chelsea are closely watching the 2003-born midfielder’s every move, preparing for a blockbuster transfer.

Florian Wirtz Worth as high as 70 million euros, thanks to his outstanding performance in the Bayer Leverkusen shirt. The young star, born in 2003, holds the Bundesliga record for the youngest player to play in the Bundesliga (17 years and 15 days), the first player to score 10 goals at the age of 19 and the youngest to score 50 goals. championship. Germany’s top league. Recently, Wertz has turned down a lot of “big boys” in Europe to extend his contract with the host club until the summer of 2027.

Josko Gvardior Become one of the most promising young midfielders in Europe today. The 2002-born played 35 games for Leipzig last season, impressing with his poised style and impressive tackle and dribbling abilities.

After replacing Eric Ten Haag, head coach Alfred Schroder’s first job is to keep Julien Wood. The young centre-back, born in 2001, listened to new ideas and turned down offers to join Manchester United to continue his career with defending champions Eredivisie.

career Wesley Fofana At the beginning of last season, he broke his leg in a friendly match. The 2000 midfielder returned in early April and made seven Premier League appearances for Leicester City.

George Mamardashvili Started 21 games for Valencia last season. The 21-year-old goalkeeper is in the spotlight for his 1.99-meter height and his ability to get and catch the ball with precision.

Tuan Nguyen

Graphics: Mingfu