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The Romanian footballer, ranked by The Guardian as one of the most talented young footballers



Cătălin Cîrjan (16 years old), a Romanian footballer who evolves into the U18 Arsenal group from London, has been listed as the Guardian's most talented young footballer in the world.

The British publication has achieved the annual top of the most promising young people, including 60 football players in this hierarchy. Cătălin Cîrjan is developing as an offensive midfielder and has been transferred from Arsenal this summer to Viitorul Domneşti.

Top Britons also include players already noted at the senior level, such as Ansu Fati, Barcelona or Sebastian Esposito, Inter Milan.

The Guardian has been organizing this summit since 1997. Other Romanian players cited by the source in recent years have been Cristian Manea (2014), Ianis Hagi (2015), Vlad Dragomir (2016), Ionuţ Rus (2017) and Jovan Markovic (2018).

Top 2019 Most Talented Young Soccer Players According to The Guardian:

  • Adel Belkacem Bouzida (Algeria) – Paradou AC
  • Zito Luvumbo (Angola) – C.D. The first of August
  • Bruno Amione (Argentina) – Club Atletico Belgrano
  • Matis Palacios (Argentina) – San Lorenzo
  • Alan Velasco (Argentina) – Independent
  • Noah Botic (Australia) – Hoffenheim
  • Jeremy Doku (Belgium) – Anderlecht
  • Marco Kana (Belgium) – Anderlecht
  • Yan Couto (Brazil) – Coritiba
  • Talles Magno (Brazil) – Vasco da Gama
  • Reiner (Brazil) – Flamengo
  • Steve Regis Mvoue (Cameroon) – AS Azur Star of Yaounde
  • Camilo Mena (Columbia) – Tigers
  • Josko Gvardiol (Croatia) – Dinamo Zagreb
  • Adam Hlozek (Czech Republic) – Sparta Prague
  • Mohammed Daramy (Denmark) – FC Copenhagen
  • Johan Mina (Ecuador) – Emelec
  • Taylor Harwood-Bellis (England) – Manchester City
  • Yunus Musah (England) – Valencia
  • Lucien Agoume (France) – Inter
  • Adil Aouchiche (France) – PSG
  • Eduardo Camavinga (France) – Rennes
  • Nianzou Tanguy Kouassi (France) – PSG
  • Georginio Rutter (France) – Rennes
  • Karim Adeyemi (Germany) – FC Liefering
  • Lazar Samardzic (Germany) – Hertha Berlin
  • Malik Tillman (Germany) – Bayern Munich
  • Ronaldo Shani (Greece) – Atromitos
  • Jibril Fandje Toure (Guinea) – free of charge
  • Andri Lucas Gudjohnsen (Iceland) – Real Madrid
  • Riccardo Calafiori (Italy) – AS Roma
  • Sebastian Esposito (Italy) – Inter
  • Manuel Gasparini (Italy) – Udinese
  • June Mishikawa (Japan) – Cherry Osaka / Toko-Gakuen High School
  • Luqman Hakim (Malaysia) – Malaysia's national football development program
  • Efrain Alvarez (Mexico) – LA Galaxy
  • Ryan Gravenberch (Netherlands) – Ajax
  • Mohamed Ihattaren (Netherlands) – PSV
  • Alessandro Burlamaqui (Peru) – Spanish
  • Filip Marchwinski (Poland) – Lech Poznan
  • Tomas Esteves (Portugal) – Port
  • Fabio Silva (Portugal) – Port
  • Cătălin Cîrjan (Romania) – Arsenal
  • Aaron Hickey (Scotland) – Hearts
  • Aliou Badara Balde (Senegal) – Diambars FC
  • Filip Stevanovic (Serbia) – Partizan Belgrade
  • Ansu Fati (Spain) – Barcelona
  • Pablo Moreno (Spain) – Juventus
  • Pedri (Spain) – Las Palmas
  • Germany Valera (Spain) – Atletico Madrid
  • Tim Prica (Sweden) – Malmo
  • Khasanov Mukhriddin (Tajikistan) – Parvoz
  • Suphanat Mueanta (Thailand) – Buriram United
  • Mustafa Kapi (Turkey) – Galatasaray
  • Muhammad Emin Sarikaya (Turkey) – Bashakehehir
  • Gianluca Busio (USA) – Sporting Kansas City
  • Giovanni Reyna (USA) – Borussia Dortmund
  • Matias Arezo (Uruguay) – plate of the river Montevideo
  • Juan Manuel Gutierrez (Uruguay) – Danube
  • Jasurbek Jaloliddinov (Uzbekistan) – Bunyodkor


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