5 Youngsters Who Could Have Breathtaking 2014-15 Season Including Arsenal And Liverpool Stars


Every season the football world looks with interest as to who would grab the eyeballs that term and lead his team to victory. The other thing which excites them is to find out the youngsters who outperform themselves and impress one and all. It is a great joy to see a new talent blossom and do well for the club and the country in an unprecedented manner. Last season we had a lot of young players to make the headlines and some of them are on their flight to Brazil based on that. We take a look at some of the talented young players who are expected to do well in the coming year.

Aaron Ramsey

The Arsenal midfielder was immense for the club last season and if not for his injury the Gunners would have posed a serious threat to the other clubs for the Premier League trophy. He scored at will and led the Arsenal attack on his own. Even after returning from his thigh injury which kept him out of the game for almost three months he showed the same intensity and composure from the word go. The icing on the cake was his goal against Hull City which led to Arsenal’s first silwerware after a 9 year drought.

From breaking his leg and being booed by his own fans, this young Welshman has traveled a long way to stand where he is now and when you think he might have a breathtaking season next year, it goes to say much about the impact he has had on his team this season. If Ramsey continues to play the way he did this season and remains injury free, he can well and truly guide Arsenal to major heights.

Thibaut Courtois

The young goalkeeper has already elevated himself as one of the most promising showstoppers of the world and has the La Liga and the runners up of the UCL tag behind his name. He was instrumental for Atletico this season and as it seems he will return to Chelsea this season. Although he has done brilliantly in the La Liga, the Premier League is a different ball game altogether and it would be interesting to see how he performs there.

Courtois at just 22 years has immense maturity levels for a young keeper. He has already played on the biggest of stages and has constantly played against the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid for the past three seasons and if he continues to play up-to his potential, there is no stopping this Belgian be it at Chelsea or Atletico Madird. He is also set to start for his International team when they line-up at Brazil next month.

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Ter Stegen

The third name on our list is also a goalkeeper. Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes has left the club and they have brought Ter Stegen as his replacement. The 22 year old is an exciting prospect and he has already been impressive for his club Borussia Mönchengladbach in the Bundesliga. There are high expectations on him at Barcelona and it would be interesting to see how he handles the pressure at Barcelona playing with the stalwarts of the game.


With David Luiz making a move to PSG, the stage is set for Marquinhos to join Barcelona. The Catalans are in dire need of defenders and the 20 year old fits their bill perfectly. Barcelona have suffered a lot of times this season for lack of reliable defenders and Marquinhos has to do the job for them. They have got a talented manager in Luis Enrique and the Brazilian player should benefit from his association. We all will have our eyes fixed on the new look Barcelona side.

After thrusting himself into the spotlight during his time at Roma at a tender age of 18, Marquinhos played over 25 games for the Italian club before leaving to PSG on a mega deal. While he may not be your demanding physical presence at the back, he is certainly a crafty customer suitable to the style of play at the Camp Nou.

Raheem Sterling

The Liverpool youngster made a marked difference with his showings for the side. He collaborated well with Suarez and Sturridge and his composure was praiseworthy. While Liverpool are looking to bring in more competition for his place next season, Sterling should also improve his game and prove that last season was not a fluke. Brendan Rodgers has depended on him a number of times this season and he has justified it time and again. Now its time for him to shine in the World Cup and then start the next season from where he left.

Dinesh V @dineshintwit

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