Footballers who could win the PFA youngster of the year 2019

 

  1. Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Crystal Palace) (21 years):

The Englishman started out as a winger when he joined Crystal Palace’s academy but was converted to a right-back. After having his own struggles in getting regular game time, the Palace man has finally made himself a regular in Palace’s starting XI. With his attacking abilities, he has been one of the most productive full-backs this season and looks destined for a bright future as he may be in huge demand come this summer.

 

  1. Richarlison (Everton) (21 years):

Everton have quite a talented squad and they are blessed with the abilities of the Brazilian Richarlison. Richarlison is quite an attacker as he can play almost anywhere in the attack as the former Watford man has been tried and tested in many such positions. Marco Silva has known the young man from his Watford days and under the right guidance, Richarlison  can go a long way in his career.

 

  1. Leroy Sane (Manchester City) (23 years):

The German winger has shown great progress and development at Manchester City under Pep Guardiola. His blistering pace, sharp dribbling and chance creating abilities have been a delight to watch on the left. Although this season, the youngster has struggled to play as regularly as he would have liked, he still remains one of the exciting prospects in the Premier league. He was the PFA young player of the year and stands a good chance winning it this season if he could help City win the league.

 

  1. Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) (21 years):

Ever since Jose Mourinho left, Marcus Rashford has shown immense progress up front. He has taken the striker role handed to him with open arms, leaving Romelu Lukaku on the bench more than often. Rashford has been amongst the goals and assists frequently as he already looks a more mature player with his gameplay under Ole. He remains the key to United’s success this season and also for the near future, standing a strong chance to win the PFA youngster of the year this season.

 

  1. Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) (20 years):

Alexander-Arnold has been a product of Liverpool’s academy and we have already seen glimpses of what he’s capable of. He is an adventurous right-back and perfectly suits the style  of attacking wing-play. His crosses have been immaculate and so have been his set-pieces. The young Englishman has a bright future ahead of himself if he keeps on playing with the same consistency. Should Liverpool win the league this season, Arnold has a strong chance od winning the PFA youngster of  the year award.