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  1. These are just a few players who will shine in 2012 Oriol Romeu Oriol Romeu formerly of Barcelona has spent his current time so far with Chelsea managing to break into the first team for nearly a regular starting role. He has adapted well to the Barclay's English Premier League as a defensive midfielder far out performing their current healthy position player John Obi Mikel. He has managed to make a major impression on Andre Villas-Boas in London and has made 12 appearances for the Blues and it is likely that AVB will try to make him a permanent addition in either the January or Summer transfer window of 2012. Eduardo Vargas Eduardo Vargas has just completed his move to Napoli from Universidad de Chile. He was a hot transfer target for Liverpool FC as well as Chelsea and other European clubs. The 22-year-old midfielder made a name for himself at Universidad de Chile as a goal manufacturer in 2011 with 28 goals in 45 appearances for his club in the calendar year. He a player to watch out for his rating will shoot up from 84 pretty soon Flag Leandro Damião Leandro Damião has made 86 appearances and scored 52 goals for Brazilian club Internacional. The 22-year-old is sure to be a stand out in the next year once more and could become a hot transfer target of either the January or Summer windows in 2012 Phil Jones Many people may have thought going from Blackbrun Rovers to Manchester United at the age of 19 would see Phil Jones not yet ready to step up.However, the youngster has been phenominal for the Red Devils and should only get better in the next year. Flag Gabriel Torje Udinese's little forward Gabriel Torje could be one of the next players to impact football in both Italy and Europe. He has been labeled the, "Romania Messi," and his skill proves he has the talent to be worthy of the name. The coming year of 2012 is most likely to prove if all the hype for the player is sound or just exactly what it is called, hype. Flag Aaron Ramsey One of Arsenal's youth midfield contingent that has been more impressive each passing season is Aaron Ramsey. It is no doubt that the 20-year-old is determined to be one of Arsenal's best and has already beaten the odds by coming back from a career threatening broken leg to claim a regular spot in Arsene Wenger's first 11. Xherdan Shaqiri FC Basel and Swiss National Team winger Xherdan Shaqiri has been a fixture in the clubs starting 11 since he was 18-years-old. Now at the age of 20 he is consistently improving year after year. In 21 appearances so far this season he has four goals and four assists, including one against Manchester United when Basel dumped them out of the UEFA Champions League. Marc-Andre ter Stegen Ter Steger joined Borrusia at the age of 4 and over the years became a prominent figure in the Club's as well as in Germany`s youth teams. In 2009 he was chosen as one of the best two goalkeepers in the U-17 European championship which his team won. He played also for Germany`s U-16, U-18 and U-19 teams, and is now a part of the U-21 team. Earlier in August he was chosen as the best German player of the year in the U-19 category by the German football federation. Mateo Kovacic After 7 appearances throughout last season, in 2011/12 Kovacic became a regular first team player with Dinamo, for whom he scored 4 goals and delivered 2 assists in 14 domestic matches so far in his short career. He also played twice for the Croatian U-20 team. But in the case of this starlet, dubbed as "The Croatian Lionel Messi" by local pundits due to his technical abilities, a look at the statistics – which are not bad at all - hardly tells the story. Lucas Ocampos Ocampos returned from the South-American U-15 championship later this year, where the he caught the eye again delivering two goals for Argentina. His good performance at the U-17 world cup this summer, where he started all 4 matches, earned him a call for River`s senior team pre-season matches. Lucas Ocampos is the new revelation of River Plate, already drawing comparisons to his idol Cristiano Ronaldo , due to his physique, role and style of play.
  2. Club:Borussia Mönchengladbach Nationality:Germany Age:19 Height:1.89 m / 6.2 ft Weight:84 kg / 184 lbs Position:Goalkeeper DB Rating : 85 Borussia have the 2nd best defense in the Bundesliga. In 16 matches ter Stegen conceded only 11 goals, one more than league leaders Bayern Munchen. Quite an accomplishment for a such a young keeper who so far had only 24 matches under his belt in one of the toughest leagues in the world. Ter Steger joined Borrusia at the age of 4 and over the years became a prominent figure in the Club's as well as in Germany`s youth teams. In 2009 he was chosen as one of the best two goalkeepers in the U-17 European championship which his team won. He played also for Germany`s U-16, U-18 and U-19 teams, and is now a part of the U-21 team. Earlier in August he was chosen as the best German player of the year in the U-19 category by the German football federation. It came after ter Stegen made a great impression in tough times for Burussia who fought against relegation last season. After spending most of the 2010/11 playing for Gladbach's second team and on the first team bench, he was given his Bundesliga debut on April 2011 against Cologne – and never looked back. Despite his young age, ter Stegen was one of the key figures in his team`s successful battle against relegation, conceding only 4 goals in 8 matches. A new star was born. Strengths Marc-Andre ter Stegen owns superb reflexes, which are breathtaking at times, and very good aerial abilities. The 1.89 meter tall talent is excellent in one-on-one situations and a also a great athlete who uses his long arms to defend against some of the best attackers in the world. Ter Stegen also has an impressive technical ability with the ball at his feet. Weaknesses If there is any weakness to point out about ter Stegen after 24 Bundesliga matches, it`s his lack of experience. But goalkeepers known to reach their peak at the ages 31-33 and even Marc-Andre's model, Oliver Kahn, arrived to the high-profiled Bayern Munchen only at 24, and so did Manuel Neuer. So when a keeper starts to shine even before the age of 20, like Iker Casillas or Gianluigi Buffon did at the time, you know he has a bright future ahead of him. Mentality Nineteen maybe a young age for a footballer, but it is a whole lot younger when we talk about a goalkeeper. Ter Stegen is so composed and doesn't seem nervous at crucial moments. On the contrary, he rises when the pressure is on. Marc-Andre also gets pretty vocal organizing his defenders, who are a 30.5 year old bunch in average, which is another sign for his maturity and healthy self confidence. If there is something that might constitute a real sign for a future star concealed in him is his body language - it's a common sight to see young Marc-Andre shouting, motivating and pushing himself and his teammates to improve constantly. With this winning attitude, as he is pushing himself to the limit while making a notable fist after has a great save, there is no wonder his childhood hero was Oliver Kahn.
  3. Re: Ozil = Nasri + Rami I get ozil out off this, i have nasri and rami
  4. i can buy Ozil for this deal shall i do it ??
  5. Just wondering if he will rise at all if so how much and is he worth buying?
  6. Should i do this deal im being offered 10m and mata for modric?
  7. I have Hernanadez and i have been offered this deal should i doit??
  8. I was wondering if there are any english talents that have a great future ahead of them, they dont have to be on the DB either ?????
  9. are there any players that are not on the DB who will soon be added to look out for??
  10. 6 players who I think will be stars of the future feel free to mention more! Javier Espinosa With many midfield starlets waiting in the wings at Barcelona, another La Masia academy star is making a name for himself. Only recently he scored on his debut for Barcelona B in a 6-4 victory against Numancia in March 2011. Making the step up from the Juvenil A team Espinosa is widely regarded as the next Andrés Iniesta. A different player to that of Thiago Alcântara or Gerard Deulofeu, Espinosa is known for his passing, dribbling, vision and movement. In March, Espinosa was called up the Spain Under-20 squad for a training camp held between the 14th to th 16th of March at the Ciudad del Fútbol de Las Rozas in Madrid. While he will be aiming to become a permanant fixture in Luis Enrique's Barcelona B side, Espinosa has all the makings of a future world star. Currently on the DB at 75 rated Julian Draxler Highly rated youngster Julian Draxler is a 17 year-old midfielder who has already caught the eye of a number of European teams after only a handful of appearances for Schalke 04. Regarded as one of Germany's most promising youth players, Draxler has already been linked with a move to Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund. Coming on in a DFB Pokal game against FC Nurnberg, Draxler instantly made a name for himself within two minutes, scoring the winner in extra-time, to advance Schalke into the semi-final. Schalke manager Felix Magath will be loathed to lose such a talent who is widely expected to become a first team regular in the next year and has already been capped up to Under-18 level by Germany. Currently on DB at 80 Rated Thorgan Hazard While older brother Eden Hazard maybe the talk of Europe and regarded as one of Europe’s hottest properties, football fans and scouts should take note of younger brother Thorgan. Already an established regular for Belgium’s Under-19 side at international level Hazard currently plays for Lens second string after he was discovered by the club while playing in a local tournament. Similar to his brother, Thorgan can play as an attacking midfielder or winger and moved to the French club after his parents accepted the offer of having better training facilities in France. While playing in the academy ranks in Lens Under-16 side, he played alongside Raphaël Varane who is considered France’s brightest defensive prospect. Thorgan has been described by youth coach Eric Assadourian as a “technically gifted player who can settle a match by himself with ease”. Currently not on DB Erick Torres Helping to put Mexican club football on the map was the emergence of Javier Hernández who moved from Guadalajara to Manchester United. Looking to replace those large boots of 22 year-old Chicharito is teenage strike sensation Erick Torres.* At just 18 years-old, Torres who is playing in only his first full season since being promoted from the youth academy has struck 6 goals in his first 11 games, helping Guadalajara to second in the Mexican Primera División. Having been capped at Under-17 level by Mexico, Torres is widely considered one of the country's finest young talents. With excellent positioning and finishing ability, Torres who is nicknamed 'El Cubo' could well find himself playing in Europe in the near future such is his potential and promise he holds. Currently on DB at 82 rated Bryan Carrasco Dubbed the Chilean Maicon, Carrasco shone for Chile at Sudamericano and so much so that Real Madrid and Barcelona are believed to be eying up the Chile starlet, who is able to operate at full-back or on the wing. After impressing scouts, the youngster is expected to be invited to Spain for trials. A relative unknown quantity before the tournament, his name will be on the lips of many fans and scouts after his electrifying performances down the right flanks. Scoring three goals in the tournament and setting up a number for his teammates, Carrasco may be the subject of a move with Audax suffering heavy losses in the transfer market. A future star of the national team, Carrasco has a bright future in the game and has all the attributes to succeed. Currently on DB at 80 rated Juan Cruz Mascia Hailed by Uruguayan striker Diego Forlan as one for the future is wonderkid Juan Cruz Mascia who currently plays for Mirimar. The tall striker who recently turned 17 years old in January is currently regarded as one of the hottest prospects in South America and is avaliable for just £1 million. Chelsea are believed to be heading the race for his signature and have invited the teenager, who can speak fluent English, over to London for talks. Having finished top scorer of the Under-17 South American Championships with six goals, Masciais on the radar of a number of European clubs. Using his height and physical attributes to his advantage, Mascia can operate as a target man and is good in the air and is devestating in front of goal. Mascia scored the opener against hot favourite Argentina in their 2-1 victory, as well as a braces against Bolivia and Colombia. Currently on DB at 75 rated
  11. what will he rise to ??
  12. I have bosingwa but he will drop soon who can i replace him with who has a chance of 90 i have abate and van der wiel is not available?
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