ONE TO WATCH: PSV youngster Steven Bergwijn is having a stormer of a season in the Eredivisie.The winger has netted 11 goals and added 12 assists in 24 league outings this term and has been instrumental for his side who sit five points clear at the summit of the division. Unsurprisingly, some top European clubs are circling on wide-man, including Premier League giants Liverpool and Manchester United – and a reported £30million price tag has been placed on his head.Bergwijn made his professional debut for PSV’s reserve outfit, Jong PSV, who play in the second tier, in August 2014.After impressing there he was promoted to the first team within the year and has since made 86 league appearances for PSV, scoring 21 times in that period.I like the look of the winger at 1.68 a share.
ONE TO WATCH:Dayot Upamecano.. It would be easy to reduce Upamecano to his young age and man-mountain physique, but the 6’1″ French centre-back has so much more to him than that.Blessed with the sort of pace to rival the niftiest forward and the power to quickly shift his 198lb frame into high gear, Upamecano can also play a bit, and regularly shows it with Leipzig putting their faith in him after signing him as an 18-year-old from Red Bull Salzburg. “I spoke to Ousmane Dembele before joining Leipzig and he told me, ‘Here, they’re going to play you,'” said Upamecano, who rejected overtures from Manchester United to move to Germany on the advice of the former Borussia Dortmund star.Grab some shares now at just 1.66 for a future star in the making!
ONE TO WATCH:The Brazilian wonder kid, Gabriel Martinelli. Well.. what a player!
Every game I watch the kid play I become more and more impressed, he has it all!
I’m really not a fan of Arsenal at the moment but he always seems to stand out. Will Auba move away from the Gooners? Either way I can see this man leading the line very soon.
I know he has gone up a fair amount after tonight’s performance but for me he is still a steal at 3.38 a share. Definitely a £5-6 player imo! What do you guys think?
ONE TO WATCH:Rouwen Hennings has been stacking numbers during a remarkable run of form that has seen the 5’9” striker carry the weight of Düsseldorf’s goalscoring burden on his burly back. From his 16 league appearances prior to the 2019/20 winter break, Hennings plundered 11 goals to put him behind only Lewandowski (19) and Werner (18) at the top of the Bundesliga’s scoring charts at the halfway stage.For perspective, Hennings’ contribution is a league-high share of 61 per cent of Fortuna’s combined team total of 18 goals.He also scored nine of their 11 league goals immediately prior to to the winter break, and has found the back of the net in all four of the Flingeraner’s victories.0.48 a share for the German on FI currently!
ONE TO WATCH:Few clubs in Europe boast a better reputation when it comes to their academy than Dutch giants Ajax, which is why Nicolas Kühn leapt at the opportunity to learn the ropes in Amsterdam when they came calling his former club RB Leipzig back in January 2018. After successfully taking the step up from U17 to U19 level in Leipzig – reflecting the step-by-step path he has taken from U15 level through to U20 level for Germany – Kühn left Germany to be part of Ajax’s U21 side. “I hope I’ll be knocking on the first-team door come the summer,” said Kühn upon joining Ajax. “I just hope things move quickly.” Kühn caught the eye with three goals and two assists in his first three outings with Ajax’s U21s, while he capped his first full year in the Netherlands by winning the Dutch U19 title. He netted four goals in total and set up another five, and also gained UEFA Youth League experience.