Players to watch in 2019 – The U21 Best XI of the season so far

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2019 has just started and has already been surrounded by football with the Premier League in full swing. From Driblab we do not want to spend a day without football we have decided to welcome this new year with the eleven of the best players under 21 in so far this season. A list of […]

Published:01/01/2019

2019 has just started and has already been surrounded by football with the Premier League in full swing. From Driblab we do not want to spend a day without football we have decided to welcome this new year with the eleven of the best players under 21 in so far this season. A list of footballers to follow very closely in 2019 who are making a sensational season.

It wouldn’t be fair to forget those names that have not entered the ideal eleven of Driblab’s models but had a magnificent first half of the season: Emil Audero (Sampdoria), Malang Sarr (Nice), Brais Méndez (Celta), Leon Bailey (Leverkusen) and Luka Jovic (Eintracht).

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