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QATAR 2022

The young stars who could light up Qatar 2022

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Neymar (Brazil)

The PSG striker has been on the scene for a while but will still only be 30 when Qatar 2022 rolls around. He'll be hoping to be remembered more for his performance than the play acting that defined his World Cup in Russia this summer.

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Jadon Sancho (England)

The young Dortmund player has been one of the sensations so far this season. And his performances have not gone unnoticed by Gareth Southgate. He will only be 22 when Qatar 2022 starts.

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Christian Pulisic (United States)

Like Sancho, Christian Pulisic has been another senstation at Dortmund this season. He will be a key piece in the U.S. side if they make it to Qatar 2022, at which point Ivill will be just 24.

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Vinicius (Brazil)

The Brazilian youngster has shown flashes of his brilliance in the little game time he has earned at Real Madrid this season. By the time Qatar 2022 rolls around, he could be a bonified 'Galactico' ready to make his mark in his first World Cup.

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Griezmann (France)

He is already a leader in the French team that won this year's World Cup. Like Neymar, he will be 30 if he plays at Qatar 2022.


Dybala (Argentina)

Dybala has been a pillar alongside Ronaldo at Juventus this season. If he competes at Qatar 2022, he will be 29.


Mbappé (France)

At just 18, the PSG striker was one of the stars at this year's World Cup, and is sure to be again at Qatar 2022, by which point he will be 22.


Frenkie De Jong (Holland)

The young Dutch player is a major target for Barcelona and he hasn't been shy about speaking of his desire to play for the Catalan club. By the time Qatar 2022 starts he will be 25 and perhaps a established star at the Camp Nou.


Isco (Spain)

Isco will be 30 and a leader of the new-generation Spain side should they qualify for Qatar 2022.


Sané (Germany)

He was surprisingly not called up for Germany this summer in Russia. But no doubt he will be a fundamental part of the national side, as it looks to rebuild towards Qatar 2022.


Phil Foden (England)

Pep Guardiola has already told the world to watch out for Phil Foden. The young English midfielder could be a future sensation of European football and a star at Qatar 2022.

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Justin Kluivert (Holland)

Justin looks set to follow in the footsteps of this father and become a true legend of Dutch football. He will be 23 when Qatar 2022 rolls around.

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Hirving Lozano (Mexico)

Lozano has become a key piece in the Mexico side, scoring 8 goals in 34 appearences. The PSV player will be 27 when Qatar 2022 starts.

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