The 7 Most Expensive Wonderkids That Will Enliven the 2022 World Cup, Some of them will clash in the Hell Group Brasil

The 5 Most Expensive Wonderkids That Will Enliven the…

The 5 Most Expensive Wonderkids That Will Enliven the 2022 World Cup, Some of them will clash in the Hell Group

The 7 Most Expensive Wonderkids That Will Enliven the 2022 World Cup, Some of them will clash in the Hell Group

The World Cup is not only for experienced top players who are already famous.

In fact, ahead of the upcoming 2022 World Cup, more and more young stars have emerged and have shown that they are ready to jump at the top level.

The following is a list of the 5 most expensive wonderkids who are ready to enliven the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, summarized from the Transfermarkt website.

1. Vinicius Junior, 21 Years (Brazil) – 100 million euros

Vinicius Junior

After the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid have found a commensurate and younger replacement in Vincius.

His duet with Karim Benzema this season has made Madrid fierce again. Most recently, this deadly duo managed to bring Los Blancos through to the 2021/2022 Champions League semifinals.

Brazil’s attacking line could be the scariest at the 2022 World Cup.

2. Phil Foden, 21 years (England) – 90 million euros

Dominated by young players, the England squad for the 2022 World Cup could be the freshest.

Although most of them are players who have just shined, it doesn’t mean that this generation of The Three Lions is less bite-sized.

One of the potential is Manchester City’s versatile striker, Phil Foden.

Any coach seems to be very lucky to have Foden on his team.

This 21-year-old youth is fluent in playing in many positions, from striker to central midfielder.

3. Pedri Gonzales, 19 years (Spain) – 80 million euros

Pedri was called up to the Spain under-21 squad, Pedri, as a midfield general, will be the pioneer for the Spanish national team to reach its glory again at the World Cup.

4. Jude Bellingham, 18 years (England) – 75 million euros

Apart from Foden, another promising young boy from the England national team is Jude Bellingham.

For the last two seasons Bellingham has caught the world’s attention through his impressive performances at Borussia Dortmund.

5. Pablo Gavi, 17 years (Spain) – 60 million euros

Xavi Hernandez as the current coach of Barcelona, has succeeded in polishing this wonderkid’s talent to make it more shiny.

 

5 Strongest Candidate Countries to Win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar Argentina

Prediction of the 5 Strongest Candidate Countries to Win…

Prediction of the 5 Strongest Candidate Countries to Win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Are There Spain and England?

5 Strongest Candidate Countries to Win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

About seven months from now the Qatar 2022 World Cup will begin. In welcoming the 2022 World Cup next November, FIFA has carried out group drawings for the finals of the prestigious four-year event.

The draw for the 2022 World Cup group phase will take place today, Friday (1/4/2022) at 23.00 WIB. Looking at the list of teams that have qualified for the 2022 World Cup, which team has the most chance of winning?

Here are 5 strong candidates for the 2022 World Cup:

1.Argentina

Argentina

Finally, there is the Argentine national team. This may be the last World Cup for Lionel Messi. He has had a difficult season with PSG, but has big ambitions to lead Argentina to glory in the 2022 World Cup.

Messi hopes to gain sweet results in the 2022 World Cup, as he just did with La Albiceleste -the nickname of the Argentine national team- in the 2022 Copa America. Messi’s ambitions will be supported by his teammates who are also quality players.

Yes, Lionel Scaloni has a very good squad. Evidently, Argentina are unbeaten in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. However, they have not been completely dominant. Even so, there was still time to improve his team.

In the group phase, Argentina itself is in Group C. There, they are in a group with Saudi Arabia, Mexico and Poland.

2. Spain

spain

In second place, there is the Spanish national team. Spain has dimmed in the last decade. However, La Furia Roja-the nickname of the Spanish national team-looks tough under the tutelage of Luis Enrique. They made it to the semifinals of Euro 2020 before being eliminated on penalties against Italy.

Spain then advanced to the final of the UEFA Nations League in October 2021. La Furia Roja ended Italy’s 37-match unbeaten run in the semifinals. However, they failed to win the title because they lost to France in the final.

Now, at the 2022 World Cup, Spain is ready to compete again. Their squad is sure to be star-studded with a great mix of experienced and young players. They have plenty of options in midfield from Sergio Busquets, Thiago Alcantara, Fabian Ruiz and Rodri to Pedri and Gavi.

Spain also has a formidable defense and a promising front line. Suffice to say, it will be very interesting to see how Luis Enrique’s men perform at the 2022 World Cup. But in the group stage, they are in a hellish group because they are in the same group as Germany and Japan. One more against the winner of IC playoff 2 (Costa Rica vs New Zealand).

Then there is the England national team. They are seen as one of the forces in the world of football. Unfortunately, England’s trophy count does not reflect the potential they have always had in the squad.

However, England performed well in the last World Cup. They were also outstanding at Euro 2020. England reached the final, despite losing to France.

Gareth Southgate has many world class players in his squad. With the quality and depth of their squad, they could become one of the favorites to win. England itself is in Group B in the 2022 World Cup Group stage. They are in a group with Iran, the United States, and the winners of the Euro playoffs.

3. Brazil

Brazil

Then there is the Brazilian national team. They are arguably the most dominant team in the CONMEBOL 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. They won 14 of the total 17 matches and remained unbeaten in the qualifiers.

This could be Neymar’s last World Cup. Brazil can also compete for the title because it has a squad studded with stars. They have some outstanding forwards like Vinicius Jr and Antony is widely expected to form a deadly attacking trio alongside Neymar.

Brazil have a solid midfield featuring the likes of Casemiro, Fabinho, Fred, Arthur and Lucas Paqueta. Now it is interesting to wait for Brazil’s journey in the 2022 World Cup. They will face Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon in the group G stage.

4. France

France

In fourth place, there is France. They looked staggered at the 2020 European Cup. However, Les Bleus rose in the UEFA Nations League to win the title.

Now, they have ambitions to defend their title at the World Cup. With a squad that is almost the same as the 2018 World Cup, France is the favorite to win. Didier Deschamps still has many world-class players to rely on.

France itself is in Group D at the 2022 World Cup. They are in a group with Denmark, Tunisia, and also IC Playoff 1.

5. Portugal

portugal

The next team that is the favorite to win the 2022 World Cup is Portugal. The Selecao das quinas have to go through a dramatic road to get a position on the pitch of this prestigious event.

Become a favorite team because it has a squad filled with the best world-class players.

Like the tough veteran defender Pepe. Meanwhile, in the middle of Fernando Santos’ team, there are agile and agile players Bruno Fernandes and Bernardo Silva.