Five Rising Youngsters to Watch in the Champions League this Season – TrendyNewsReporters

Five Rising Youngsters to Watch in the Champions League this Season


This week sees the start of the Champions League, which means Europe’s biggest stage will see a host of stars looking to make a name for themselves and make a name for themselves.

Some of them have already impressed in their domestic campaigns and will be hoping that their form will carry over to the continental stage.

Which players could make the biggest impact in Europe’s most important club team cup in the coming weeks?

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia – Napoli:

In his first month at Napoli, he was not expected to make such a big impact, but he is already one of the most important players this season, having started the campaign with four goals in five Serie A games.

The Georgian first moved to Napoli last summer from Dinamo Batumi and has immediately established himself. He previously did well in Russia with Rubin Kazan before leaving Ukraine in the wake of the Russian invasion – now he will showcase his talents in the Champions League.

Randal Kolo Muani – Eintracht Frankfurt:

Like Kvaratskhelia, Muani only moved to Eintracht Frankfurt last summer, but he has already quickly established himself at the Bundesliga club: in five league games so far, he has scored two goals and four assists.

He has been linked with transfers abroad, with Milan among the clubs interested in him, but with a Champions League group featuring Tottenham, Sporting and Marseille, he has the chance to show his skills against some top opposition.

Alejandro Balde – Barcelona:

Xavi was looking for an alternative in this position ahead of Jordi Alba and the La Masia graduate has taken advantage of those opportunities.

He has made three appearances and one assist this season and will compete for the left-back spot with new acquisition Marcos Alonso until the end of the season – with a few Champions League appearances also possible.

Fabio Miretti – Juventus:

The 19-year-old Fabio Miretti has established himself in the Juventus first team this season and will maintain that role at the start of the Champions League, when he faces Paris Saint-Germain, Benfica and Maccabi Haifa in Europe’s premier competition.

Miretti has made an excellent start to the season, leading the midfield and already gaining a high profile in Juventus’ youth team. He now hopes this trend will continue for the rest of the season.

Noah Okafor – Red Bull Salzburg:

Red Bull Salzburg is known for producing top young talent, especially when it comes to attacking players, and Noah Okafor is another in the line.

The striker has been getting more time on the pitch this season and has scored four goals and two assists in nine appearances, and that will continue in the Champions League, where Salzburg face Milan, Chelsea and Dinamo Zagreb.

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