Angolan among best 2021 football players

Luanda – The French-Angolan midfielder Eduardo Camavinga, of France’s Rennes football team, occupies the second position of the Goal NxGn's 2021 best young football players’ award.

Born in 2002, in Cabinda (Angola), Camavinga has lived in France since his early age, where he has already represented the under-21 and senior national teams.

The list of 50 young footballers is led by Ansu Fati, of Barcelona, and completes the podium with the American Gio Reyna, of Borussia Dortmund.

NxGn selects the best athletes of the new generation on the planet, and for this year players born on January 1, 2002, up to the age of 19, were chosen.

The list is chosen by Goal's worldwide network of journalists in 44 countries, with hundreds of football experts contributing to the final nomination of the talented youngsters.

 

 

Born in 2002, in Cabinda (Angola), Camavinga has lived in France since his early age, where he has already represented the under-21 and senior national teams.

The list of 50 young footballers is led by Ansu Fati, of Barcelona, and completes the podium with the American Gio Reyna, of Borussia Dortmund.

NxGn selects the best athletes of the new generation on the planet, and for this year players born on January 1, 2002, up to the age of 19, were chosen.

The list is chosen by Goal's worldwide network of journalists in 44 countries, with hundreds of football experts contributing to the final nomination of the talented youngsters.