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Nowadays, soccer is the most beautiful and popular sport. The game of football is at the core of our society. Every evening, more and more players are dreaming of becoming a professional, who is a soccer manager in the future.
One of the top football talents in the world, Erling Haaland is shaping up to be a deadly striker for years to come. At just 20 years old, the Norweigan had a fantastic 2020/21 season, netting 41 times in 41 games. There’s no doubt about it, tons of the top European clubs will be involved in the race for Haaland’s signature, and it’s highly unlikely that he’ll see him in a Dortmund shirt next season. In fact, things are already moving fast in Soccer Manager 22 as well. Like, from the beginning of any save, Haaland will be sought after by all the top clubs like here in the above save, he was picked up by Dortmund’s arch-rivals Munich
Manchester United is able to boast a huge range of talent in Soccer Manager 2022. Alongside the popular stars at the club, there lie some long-serving names associated with Manchester United for many years. Marcus Rashford has been with Manchester United since 2015, reaching almost 200 appearances with the Red Devils. What’s more, Rashford has only ever played for one club in his entire senior career. He’s a quality player and can bring pace and creativity to a team, though his hefty price tag may cause some issues. (Source: gamingonphone.com)
Although not playing for a club with a strong European presence, Rice has shined on the domestic level with West Ham, and on an international level with England. He’s worked his way up to the position he is in, climbing up through the West Ham youth academy to now being a guaranteed starter. His stellar performances in the Euros 2020 raised some eyebrows, and it’s possible Rice gets a move elsewhere soon enough. At just 22 years old, the Englishman has shown strong leadership qualities, and could well be a future captain for any side.
This lad shouldn't count, but we'd be foolish to not consider him a wonderkid. Vinicius Junior is already seen as the future of Real Madrid. Signed for €46m in 2018, the Brazilian winger became the first Real Madrid player to be born in the year 2000 when he made his debut against Atletico Madrid. He's already made nearly 50 first-team appearances before the age of 20. (Source: www.balls.ie)