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MessagePosté le: Mer 7 Mar - 09:14 (2018)    Sujet du message: The next big thing? Football Whispers identifies five emergi Répondre en citant

 

 
sbo333 In an era of continent-wide transfer market inflation, a race has begun among clubs as they seek to identify and sign 'the next big thing' before their rivals.


Having seen the fees demanded for established world-class stars skyrocket, the emphasis on picking up young, high-potential players and developing them is greater than ever.


Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Lazio)


Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has become the toast of Serie A over the last two seasons, starring for Lazio in a box-to-box role and attracting interest from many of Europe's elite sides.


Football Whispers' Player Performance algorithm has given Milinkovic-Savic a score of 85, ranking him second in the list of midfielders in Italy's top flight.


What makes Milinkovic-Savic such a special talent is, well, everything; when it comes to the attributes desirable in a top-class central midfielder, the 23-year-old can do it all.


Likened by many to Manchester United's Paul Pogba, who also shone in Italy at the same age, Milinkovic-Savic is blessed with similar improvisational creative skills as the Frenchman.


David Neres (Ajax)


With nine goals and nine assists from 24 Eredivisie appearances this season, Ajax winger David Neres has come to the attention of scouts across Europe. sbo333


With a score of 83 from the Player Performance algorithm, the 20-year-old Brazilian attacker ranks in the top five players in the Dutch top flight and would cost around £30m according to Football Whispers' Transfer Value model.


Federico Chiesa (Fiorentina)


Federico Chiesa became a regular feature of Fiorentina's line-up last season and is regarded as one of the hottest properties in Serie A.


The 20-year-old has a Player Performance score of 81 but that will certainly increase as the season progresses, with the forward already showing impressive intelligence and positional maturity for someone so young.


Capable of playing centrally as a secondary striker, Chiesa finds most of his game time wide on either flank. He's started 24 of La Viola's 26 league games this season, helping fill the void left by Federico Bernardeschi's summer departure for Juventus.


Houssem Aouar (Lyon)


When a 19-year-old midfielder, playing his first full season at senior level, is being hailed as the heir apparent to Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta, you know they're doing something right.


Houssem Aouar only made his professional debut at the tail end of last season, but the teenager's form when given opportunities this term has seen him become one of Lyon's key players.


Malang Sarr (Nice)


First earning acclaim in Nice's rise to third in Ligue 1 last season, Malang Sarr is regarded as one of the most promising central defenders in Europe.


The 19-year-old, rated 79 by the Player Performance algorithm, has shown a maturity and adaptability beyond his years since becoming a regular at the Allianz Riviera, able to play as a centre-back in either a back four or back three, as well as filling in at left-back when required. sbo333





 


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เว็บ พนัน บอล THE hallowed turf of Anfield has seen some pretty special scenes in its 126 years of housing Liverpool Football Club. But the theatre and sheer entertainment value of what Jurgen Klopp, Mohamed Salah and a simply rampant Reds side dished up, on what will quickly become another famous European night, was on another level. “The Liverpool fans are certainly used to the extraordinary on European nights at Anfield. But they have never experienced anything quite like this,” wrote Sky Sports analyst Adam Bate while The Guardian’s Barney Ronay was equally incredulous to the action he had just witnessed, “But this was something new. Liverpool and Salah did not just accelerate away from Roma, they eviscerated them.”

All the build up to the highly anticipated semi-final clash – which ended in an astounding 5-2 mauling in favour of the Premier League giants – centred around Mohamed Salah. Roughly 10 months ago, the Egyptian swapped the crimson of AS Roma for the red of Liverpool and in joining forces with Klopp quickly and magnificently transformed into one of the world’s most devastating attackers. At Anfield, he turned in one of his best performances – and considering the stage, the history, the pressure and the expectation – it is quite possibly the best in a number of years.

Ronay suggested that “There may be a more breathtakingly brilliant attacking performance in Europe this season but, given the game and the stage, there has not been one yet.” While Paul Hayward of The Telegraph paid the prolific wide man the ultimate compliment for any Liverpool player, by adding that “you could feel the PFA Player of the Year easing into the company of Kenny Dalglish and Steven Gerrard.” Salah’s two goals and two assists showcased the completeness of this game and prompted Gerrard himself to label the recently awarded Premier League top performer “Without a shadow of a doubt, he’s the best player on the planet right now.” เว็บ พนัน บอล

According to The Telegraph’s Sam Wallace, “the belief seems to prevail that when Salah is on the pitch then anything is possible.” And it’s really hard to argue otherwise. His opening strike was almost as outrageously simple as that he decided to score. Salah picked up the ball with nothing happening and took it upon himself to slot it in the top corner past a stopper, Alisson Becker, lauded as ‘The Messi of goalkeepers.’ Speaking of Messi, it’s hard to argue that the Reds magician isn’t surging ahead of the Argentine and closing on Cristiano Ronaldo in the race for the Ballon d’Or.

former Arsenal striker Ian Wright on The Debate.
With his brace against the Serie A side, Salah moved ahead of Ronaldo to assume top spot in the European goal scoring rankings, albeit with the ridiculously in-form Portuguese superstar due to line up in a semi-final of his own against Bayern Munich on Thursday morning AEST. “In this form it would have taken half a dozen Roman centurions to stop him,” wrote Hayward, and the inability of even his ex-teammates to stop him was a telling indication of just how rampant nick he’s in. เว็บ พนัน บอล
 


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