A Future Football Stars 2016

A Future Football Stars 2016

Future Football Stars 2016

When it comes to predicting the future, you can’t forget to pay attention to the present. In this case, past successes make your future predictions easier to come true. And if you want to predict the most elite future football stars, you need to be paying close attention to their current footballing abilities. If you want to know the top 500 players to watch in the future, you need to see who’s lighting up the league already.


Dele Alli has just won the Premier League Young player of the year award after an amazing debut season in the top league. It didn’t take long for the former MK Dons star to cement his starting spot in the youthful Tottenham lineup. Alli scored 10 goals in his debut season and linked flawlessly with the Spurs attack. Dele also announced himself on the international stage by scoring a 30 yard screamer on debut against France. Can Alli push Tottenham one better in 2017 and win the Premier League?

The 20-year old Manchester United forward represents the highest fee ever paid for a teenager in history after signing for United in the summer of 2015 for a fee of £36million rising to a potential £57.6million from AS Monaco. He is an extremely quick forward and was named Premier League player of the Month in his first month of playing in England. Martial has represented France at every age group from U16 upwards and has 6 senior caps. He has a massive future and will be an integral part of United’s attacking prowess in the next few years. (Source: premiersportsmemorabilia.com)


Martín Távara grew up in the northwestern plains of Peru, in Piura to be precise. But he has made his name in Lima, the country’s capital, playing for one of Los Tres Grandes, Sporting Club Cristal. He spent six-month spells on loan at other clubs before breaking into the Cristal team, of which he has been an important player for since the start of 2020. He has established himself as one of, if not the premier talents in Peruvian football.

Ask any director of football, manager, or scout: there are very few players that are a one-size-fits-all to every squad. Of course, there are your Kylian Mbappés and your Erling Haalands, but they will be prohibitively expensive as you work your way up through the depths of the English football pyramid. So, identify your need, buy young players with resale value for as low as you can, develop, and sell high. (Source: www.scoutedftbl.com)



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