6 Best Future Soccer Stars

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Today we have Messi, Ronaldo, and Neymar as the absolute soccer stars and we will definitely miss them when they retire

But looks like the future of soccer is in very good hands as there are lots of promising young soccer stars

In this post we will have a look at 6 soccer stars that are really shining in europe!

Without any further ado let’s get things rolling!

1) Kylian Mbappe

Born in December 1998, Kylian Mbappe is professional football player hailing from France. Mbappe began his football career at AS Bondy before moving to Clairefontaine academy.

His impressive performance caught the attention of many French Clubs and Spanish clubs Valencia and Real Madrid who tried to sign him.

December 2015, saw Kyilan make his first team debut as a forward player for Monaco’s reserved team. He currently plays for Paris Saint-Germain on loan (With an option of buying him at €180 million) from his team Monaco.

Mbappe is among the world most sought after teenagers and Wenger compares him to one of the best footballers of all times Pele.

2) Ousmane Dembele

Ousmane Dembele is a French professional football player, playing as a forward for FC Barcelona and the national team of France. Born in May 1997, Ousmane kick started his football career in 2015 at Rennes before moving to Dortmund in 2016.

Read more about Dembele’s arrival in Barcelona here


The year 2017 saw FC Barcelona sign Ousmane Dembele for €105 plus other expenses. Ousmane Dembele stands out as an exemplary footballer at his age. He is fast with incredible dribbling and exhibits brilliance in crossing the ball.


3) Thomas Lemar

Thomas Lemar is a French soccer player playing for AS Monaco and the France national team. In his football career, Thomas is famed for his versatility.

He plays as a midfielder and can play through the center and on both wings. His game is marked with excellent dribbling and passing. Lemar was born in November 1995 and made his debut in senior football at Caen in 2013 before proceeding to Monaco in 2015.

Thomas Lemar has played for France at all junior levels and played first played the senior level for his country in 2016 against Ivory Coast. While known to be left footed, Thomas is equally competent with his left foot. He also frames for free kicks.

4) Marco Asensio Williamsen

Marco Asensio is a Spanish professional soccer player born in January 1996. He plays as an attacking midfielder for Real Madrid as well as the Spain national team.

Marco Asensio’s mother had seen the greatness in him and declared that he would play for Real Madrid. Marco played for Spain at all junior levels his performance earned him his rise from playing in Spanish youth levels to joining Mallorca’s reserve side at the age of sixteen years.

Marco was seen as an important part in the Spanish under 19 team that won the European Championship in 2015. He was acknowledged as the best player of the tournament and the Golden Player of the tournament.

5) Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford is and Eglish professional soccer player. He plays forward position for Manchester United and the National team of England. Born in October 1997, Marcus Rashford began playing soccer for Fletcher Moss Rangers when he was five years old. Two years later, he would proceed to join the academy system at Manchester United. He currently holds the title for being the youngest scorer from Manchester United.

6) Anthony Martial

Anthony Martial is a French soccer player, playing as forward for Manchester United and The France national team. He took home the 2015 Golden boy award for the  best u-21 player in Europe.

Anthony Martial kick started his professional soccer career at Lyon before moving to AS Monaco in 2013. In 2015, Anthony was signed for Manchester United at £36 million, an amount that goes on record for a teenage player. Anthony scored for his team in his first match and earned the premier league player of the month title in his first month in Manchester United.

Did we miss anyone? Who do you think will be the next Pelle, Messi or  Ronaldo…all the Ronaldos?


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