La Liga Youngsters to look out for in Qatar 22

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The highly anticipated, always appreciated FIFA World Cup is amongst us. There are many players to look out for at this year’s tournament. Both young and experienced. These are some La Liga Youngsters to look out for at the World Cup.


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The former Monaco midfielder is now one of the first names on the Real Madrid team sheet. His ball retention, dynamism, technical ability and tactical awareness have contributed to his success so far at the club.

If Paul Pogba or N’Golo Kante miss the tournament through injury, Tchouameni will almost definitely start for Les Bleus in Qatar. His midfield partner should be clarified in the upcoming international friendlies as Deschamps will start getting his first 11 ready for the tournament.


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How good is this kid? He’s already a starter for FC Barcelona and the Spanish National team at the age of 19 and has been given the number 8 and 10 for club and country. On top of that, has also put in some memorable performances for both teams. Pedri will undeniably be one of the best midfielders in world football and he can confirm his status in November.

Expectations for Spain and Pedri will be high going into this tournament. He has shown that he can handle pressure while performing at a very high level. Now, it’s about pairing his talent with determination to maximize Spain’s chances of coming out victorious.

Don’t be surprised if he’s named the Best Young Player of the competition.

Vini and Rodrygo

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Brazil are in safe hands. They have a plethora of young, talented players in their ranks who can challenge for the trophy in the future, but many people view this as Brazil’s best chance to win the World Cup in recent years. Mainly because this is possibly Neymar’s last chance to bring glory back to his country.

Vini and Rodrygo have great chemistry and understanding between each other. They understand the importance of performing well individually and adapting to their surroundings to give their team the best chance at winning games and trophies. It’s unlikely that they both start for A Seleção, but they will play a huge role in their success.

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Fede and Araujo

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No one is mentioning Uruguay as favorites or even dark horses. It’s understandable, as most of their seasoned veterans are either retired or nearing the end of their careers. However, the new generation has some quality players. Rodrigo Bentancur, Facundo Pellistri, Mathías Olivera and Darwin Nunez are a part of this revitalized version of La Celeste.

Araujo and Valverde are a crucial part of their core and they’ll be influential if Uruguay are to do well in Qatar. Though they play for rival clubs, they’re good friends and get along well off the pitch. They know the importance that football holds in their country and will have a strong desire to perform well and lead their team to shock many in November.

These were La Liga Youngsters to look out for at the World Cup. The next article will state some Premier League youngsters to look out for at the World Cup.

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