2018/19 UEFA Youth League – Top 100 Best players

1 Tahith Chong (Netherlands – 1999) WG – Manchester United
2 Abel Ruiz (Spain – 2000) FW – Barcelona
3 Bobby Adekanye (Netherlands – 1999) WG – Liverpool
4 Ryan Gravenberch (Netherlands – 2002) MF – Ajax
5 Curtis Jones (England – 2001) MF – Liverpool
6 Callum Hudson-Odoi (England – 2000) WG – Chelsea
7 Rafael Camacho (Portugal – 2000) AM/WG – Liverpool
8 Brian Brobbey (Netherlands – 2002) FW – Ajax
9 Mason Greenwood (England – 2001) WG – Manchester United
10 Claudio Gomes (France – 2000) MF – Manchester City
11 Cyril Ngonge (Belgium – 2000) WG/FW – Club Brugge

12 Angel Gomes (England – 2000) MF – Manchester United
13 Taylor Richards (England – 2000) MF – Manchester City
14 Tariq Uwaqwe (England – 1999) MF – Chelsea
15 Wilson Isidor (France – 2000) FW – Monaco
16 Daishawn Redan (Netherlands – 2001) FW – Chelsea
17 João Filipe “Jota” (Portugal – 1999) WG/FW – Benfica
18 Lars Lukas Mai (Germany – 2000) CB – Bayern
19 Florentino Luís (Portugal – 1999) MF – Benfica
20 Oliver Batista Meier (Germany – 2001) AM/WG – Bayern
21 Facundo Colidio (Argentina – 2000) FW – Inter
22 Sergio Camello (Spain – 2001) WG/FW – Atletico Madrid
23 Konrad De La Fuente (United States – 2001) WG – Barcelona
24 Joshua Zirkzee (Netherlands – 2001) FW – Bayern
25 Benjamin Wallquist (Austria – 2000) CB – Hoffenheim
26 Gobe Gouano (France – 2000) FW – Monaco
27 Antonio Marin (Croatia – 2001) FW – Dinamo Zagreb
28 Vladyslav Supriaha (Ukraine, 2000) FW – Dynamo Kyiv
29 Faustino Anjorin (England – 2001) MF – Chelsea
30 Felix Nmecha (England/Germany – 2000) MF – Manchester City
31 Juan Familia-Castillo (Netherlands – 2000) LB-WG – Chelsea
32 Víctor Mollejo (Spain – 2001) WG – Atletico Madrid
33 William Bianda (France – 2000) CB – Roma
34 Umaro Embaló (Portugal – 2001) WG – Benfica
35 Rabbi Matondo (Wales – 2000) WG – Manchester City
36 Che Nunnely (Netherlands – 1999) WG – Ajax
37 Chris Richards (United States – 2000) CB – Bayern
38 Jandro Orellana (Spain – 2000) MF – Barcelona
39 Nabil Touaizi (Spain – 2001) FW – Manchester City
40 Romário Baró (Portugal – 2000) FW – Porto
41 Lenny Pintor (France – 2000) FW – Lyon
42 Eddie Salcedo (Italy – 2001) FW – Inter
43 Nicolas-Gerrit Kühn (Germany – 2000) AM/WG – Ajax
44 Tiago Dantas (Portugal – 2000) MF – Benfica
45 Victor Jensen (Denmark – 2000) AM/WG – Ajax
46 Benoît Badiashile (France – 2001) CB – Monaco
47 Marc Guehi (England – 2000) CB/RB – Chelsea
48 Dennis Jastrzembski (Germany, 2000) WG/FW – Hertha
49 Joseph Colley (Sweden – 1999) CB – Chelsea
50 Jair Tavares (Portugal – 2001) WG – Benfica
51 Jurgen Ekkelenkamp (Netherlands – 2000) MF – Ajax
52 Meritan Shabani (Germany – 1999) MF – Bayern
53 Mitchel Bakker (Netherlands – 2000) LB – Ajax
54 Tom Dele-Bashiru (England – 1999) MF – Manchester City
55 Gabriel Lemoine (Belgium – 2001) FW – Club Brugge
56 Jonathan Meier (Germany – 1999) LB – Bayern
57 Han-Noah Massengo (France – 2001) MF – Monaco
58 Amadou Onana (Belgium – 2001) MF – Hoffenheim
59 Arnau Comas (Spain – 2000) CB – Barcelona
60 Ian Poveda (England – 2000) WG – Manchester City
61 Ajdin Hasic (Bosnia – 2001) AM/WG – Dinamo Zagreb
62 Nuno Santos (Portugal – 1999) AM/WG – Benfica
63 Marcel Zylla (Poland – 2000) AM/WG – Bayern
64 Sven Botman (Netherlands – 2000) CB – Ajax
65 Cedric Teguia (Spain/Cameroon – 2001) WG – Atletico Madrid
66 Oscar Castro (Spain – 2001) MF – Atletico Madrid
67 Bastian Badu (France – 2000) WG – Montpellier
68 Jonathan Panzo (England – 2000) CB – Monaco
69 Monchu (Spain – 1999) MF – Barcelona
70 Joël Piroe (Netherlands – 1999) FW – PSV Eindhoven
71 Iker Pozo (Spain – 2000) MF – Manchester City
72 Aliou Badara Traore (France – 2001) MF/WG – Manchester United
73 Benjamín Garré (Argentina – 2000) WG – Manchester City
74 David Otto (Germany – 1999) FW – Hoffenheim
75 Alfons Amade (Germany – 1999) RB – Hoffenheim
76 Florian Baak (Germany, 1999) CB – Hertha
77 Jeremie Frimpong (Netherlands – 2000) RB/LB – Manchester City
78 Alexander Nitzl (Germany – 2000) DF – Hoffenheim
79 Pedro Álvaro (Portugal – 2000) CB – Benfica
80 Yanis Ammour (France – 1999) FW – Montpellier
81 Juan Manuel Sanabria (Uruguay – 2000) MF – Atletico Madrid
82 Conor Gallagher (England – 2000) MF – Chelsea
83 George McEachran (England -2000) AM/WG – Chelsea
84 Luis Lopes “Duk” (Portugal – 2000) FW – Benfica
85 Nianzou Kouassi (France – 2002) CB – Paris Saint-Germain
86 Jeremy Doku (Belgium – 2002) WG – Anderlecht
87 Edin Julardžija (Croatia – 2001) AM/WG – Dinamo Zagreb
88 Jessic Ngankam (Germany, Cameroon, 2000) FW – Hertha
89 Maximilian Franzke (Germany – 1999) WG – Bayern
90 Gonçalo Ramos (Portugal – 2001) MF – Benfica
91 Billy Gilmour (Scotland – 2001) MF – Chelsea
92 Oumar Solet (France – 2000) CB – Lyon
93 Rhys Williams (England – 2001) CB – Liverpool
94 Yasser Larouci (France/Algerie – 2001) FB/WG – Liverpool
95 Joshua Bohui (England – 1999) FW – Manchester United
96 Enzo Millot (France – 2002) MF – Monaco
97 Tashan Oakley-Boothe (England – 2000) MF – Tottenham
98 Fábio Silva (Portugal – 2002) FW – Porto
99 Bobby Duncan (England – 2001) FW – Liverpool
100 Sergio Gómez (Spain – 2000) AM/WG – Borussia Dortmund

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