FIFA Young Player Award Predictions
During every single edition of the World Cup, certain young players find themselves in the opportunity of a lifetime to shine at the biggest stage in sports. Some of them are already established and famous footballers, yet some others have not exactly been recognised by every single football fan, with this tournament being the chance to change that.
By visiting the Player bets in the sportsbook page, we can analyse young players who are expected to perform according to experts and pundits alike.
In first place, with odds set at 4.00, we find Juventus and France wonder-kid Paul Pogba. Choosing Moyes as his successor wasn’t Alex Ferguson’s only grave mistake, as this player was forced to let his contract with Manchester United run out having been constantly left out of Ferguson’s place. Along came Juventus with better promises and voila’, a genius in the making.
In second place we’ve got Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku with odds set at 6.00. An astounding season for the player on loan to Everton proved to Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho that the player might just be the answer to his club’s striking issues.
In joint third place we have Germany playmaker Mario Gotze and French centre back Raphael Varane with odds set at 10.00, both having enjoyed success at the top level with their clubs this season. In fourth place, with odds set at 11.00, we have Liverpool sensation Raheem Sterling, a player which has the ability to make the difference for England this summer.
We’ve got three players holding the fifth spot, which are the player described as Andrea Pirlo’s heir, Marco Verratti, Manchester United’s surprise of the season Adnan Januzaj and Schalke’s promising player Julian Draxler. Each player’s odds at getting the award are set at 12.00.
The list continues with interesting names such as Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, Mattia De Sciglio, Ross Barkley and Mateo Kovacic. Players with such calibre vying for glory equates to one thing for us fans, which is pure football fun to look forward to.