Let’s take a look at the identities of the 5 highest-paid young players in the world right now.
- Takefusa Kubo
Takefusa Kubo was named the Japanese Messi with skill and skill. Currently, the young man born in 2001 receives a salary of 19,000 Euro per week. Many people consider this striker strong enough to have an official position in Real’s squad. However, Kubo had just suddenly come to Real Mallorca club on loan.
- Callum Hudson-Odoi
Callum Hudson- Odoi of Chelsea is one of the outstanding young player faces in the current football village. Currently, he is receiving a salary of 24,400 Euro per week. Hudson-Odoi is considered to be one of the brightest talents of football in the present fog. Speed, skill and courage are what one can see in Hudson-Odoi. On May 11, the 18-year-old was named Chelsea’s Young Player of the Year.
- Reiss Nelson
Arsenal’s talent born in 1999 is receiving a salary of 33,200 Euro. Nelson is considered one of the Gunners’ brightest young strikers. At the age of 20, Nelson has a strong level, the speed of youth and he also owns admirable technology.
- Phil Foden
Standing in the same position with Nelson is Foden with a salary of 33,200 Euro. He has won the U17 World Cup Golden Ball Award and is a star that is highly appreciated among the current young talents. The excellence of Foden made Pep Guadiola also praised: “Phil is the most talented player I’ve ever witnessed, both in his career as a player and coach so far”.
- Joao Felix
Young talents Felix is receiving a salary of 64,300 Euro. He has speed, good personal techniques. He plays smart, handles situations fast, moves well, and has great readability. The 19-year-old also passed the ball very accurately. In terms of finishing, Felix proved not inferior to any striker. That is why not only play public midfielder, there are many matches he is ranked as a winger, even a striker.