Who will secure a big money move
As the European Championships U21 kicks off they will be many exciting players to look forward to watching. These amazing youngsters could secure a big money move depending on how they perform. So can they manage to light up Romania & Georgia in the first major test of their career. Over the years there have been many youngsters to gain European success through this tournament. The likes of Saul, Thiago, Nmecha, Morata and others have gained a place in the spotlight through this tournament.
What the PSV signing will bring
The first exciting player that many eyes will be on Noni Madueke. The big England star secured a big move to Stamford Bridge for a fee of €35 million from PSV in the January transfer window. His PSV manager Roger Schmidt praised him claiming he can read situations and knows how to get in the right positions at the right time. Many scouts and clubs will be watching on him this tournament to see if he can show his skills at the tournament. He will also be guide his team to glory this year around.
Tonali hoping to impress after securing a record fee move to the Magpies
Sandro Tonali who secured a big move to Newcastle United for a fee of $76 million. This was a record fee for Newcastle United as they start their rebuild for their UCL campaign. Tonali guided AC Milan to their first semi-finals since 2007 where they fell short to Inter. He also guided AC Milan to their first Serie A title in 11 years. Tonali is known for his key passes, he is strong and his concentration tackling. His many other attributes make him someone to look forward to watching in the future. Italy lost their first game to France and he will be hoping to turn the Azzuri’s fortunes around.
Mudryk hoping to put the last five months behind him
The 21 year old will want to move past his first five months at Chelsea which have been disappointing. Mudryk failed to start against Croatia but he will hope to make up for it by taking Ukraine as far as possible. The Ukrainian will hope to win over Pochettino during this the U21 Euros in an attempt to get a place in the starting 11. Mudryk will want to prove he is one of the best youngsters in the world once again. When he was at Shakhtar he had the world at his feet. He managed to contribute 10 goals and 7 assists in 18 appearances earlier this season.
Lots to expect from an exciting Scalvini
Scalvini managed to break into Atalanta’s starting 11 and is one of the fastest growing players in Europe. He even earned a call up from Mancini to be part of the Azzuri senior squad. His attributes are that he is physical, defensive solidity as well as his forcefulness. Him along as the likes of Tonali, Bellanova and Pellegri make Italy one of the favorites to win the competition. His defensive skills gained Atalanta a place in Europe after they missed out last season. Italy who have one of the best defenses in Europe and Scalvini will want to add to that.
Thuram hoping to redeem himself and earn a move to Liverpool
Kephram Thuram had a frustrating match against Italy despite Les Bleus win. He will want to prove himself quickly and will want to help lead France to their second trophy. Thuram is being heavily monitored by Liverpool and he will want to secure the transfer this summer. He knows how to block the ball, his passing is very strong and he knows how to dribble. Thuram will hope to redeem himself against Norway and Switzerland and he many even attract interest from other European clubs. France are one of the favorites in the tournament with many key players.