“Brazilians were remembered”; British newspaper publishes ‘list of promises’ and includes Flamengo midfielder along with Vitor Roque

O Flamengo is always known for revealing great players, so much so that in the Brazilian National Team, Vinícius Júnior and Lucas Paquetá continue to shine, proving that the base made a difference in training as an athlete. Currently, in the team led by Dorival Júnior, other promises are being included and are already starting to shine.

In the starting lineup, the greatest example of all is João Gomes, who has already aroused the interest of Real Madrid and Liverpool, precisely because of his quality on the field, even at a young age. However, it was not the midfielder who ended up being remembered by the newspaper in Europe, which included some promises and placed 3 in Brazilian football.

As published by Globo Esporte, the British “The Guardian” announced, this Wednesday (28), the new edition of Next Generation 2022, a traditional list of young promises of international football according to the newspaper. In the class of players born in 2005, that is, those who turn 17 this year, a trio stood out: forward Vitor Roque (Athletico-PR), midfielder Matheus Gonçalves (Flamengo) and striker Deivid Washington (Santos).

Check out The Guardian’s Next Generation 2022 60 players:

South Africa: Luphumlo Kaka Sifumba (Cape Town City)

Germany: Tom Bischof (Hoffenheim), Arijon Ibrahimovic (Bayern Munich) and Paul Wanner (Bayern Munich)

Argentina: Valentín Carboni (Inter Milan) and Santiago Hidalgo (Independiente)

Armenia: Garnik Minasyan (Urartu-2)

Australia: Max Caputo (Melbourne City)

Austria: Zeteny Jano (Liefering)

Belgium: Noah Mbamba (Club Brugge)

Brazil: Matheus Gonçalves (Flamengo), Vitor Roque (Athletico-PR) and Deivid Washington (Santos)

Bulgaria: Martin Georgiev (Barcelona)

Colombia: Oscar Perea (Atlético Nacional)

Croatia: Lovro Zvonarek (Bayern Munich)

Denmark: Zidan Sertdemir (Bayer Leverkusen)

Ecuador: Juan Macias (LDU)

Spain: Iker Bravo (Bayer Leverkusen), Yarek Gasiorowski (Valencia) and Álvaro Ginés (Real Madrid)

United States: Reed Baker-Whiting (Seattle Sounders)

France: El Chadaille Bitshiabu (PSG), Desiré Doué (Rennes) and Mathys Tel (Bayern Munich)

Ghana: Clinton Doudu (Bechem United)

Georgia: Luka Parkadze (Dinamo Tbilisi)

Greece: Dimitris Kaloskamis (Panathinaikos)

Guinea-Bissau: Amadu Baldé (Sporting Lisbon)

Netherlands: Mike Kleijin (Feyenoord), Gabriel Misehouy (Ajax) and Julian Rijkhoff (Borussia Dortmund)

India: Suhail Bhat (Indian Arrows)

Italy: Wisdom Amey (Bologna), Aaron Ciammaglichella (Torino) and Marco Delle Monache (Pescara)

Japan: Niko Takahashi Cendagorta (Barcelona)

Morocco: Yassine Khalifi (Académie Mohamed VI)

Mauritania: Beyatt Lekweiry (Douanes)

Mexico: Heriberto Jurado (Necaxa) and Brandon Tellez (LA Galaxy)

Norway: Runar Norheim (Tromso) and Antonio Nusa (Club Brugge)

Paraguay: Milciades Adorno (Guaraní)

Poland: Antoni Mikulko (Lechia Gdansk) and Dariusz Stalmach (Milan)

Portugal: Dário Essugo (Sporting Lisboa), Roger Fernandes (Braga), Rodrigo Ribeiro (Sporting Lisboa) and João Veloso (Benfica)

Kyrgyzstan: Beknaz Almazbekov (Galatasaray)

Romania: Andrei Borza (Farul Constanta)

Serbia: Jovan Milosevic (Vojvodina Novi Sad) and Jovan Sljivic (Red Star)

Sweden: Roony Bardghji (Copenhagen) and Jardell Kanga (Bayer Leverkusen)

Turkey: Arda Guler (Fenerbahçe) and Kenan Yildiz (Juventus)

Uruguay: Joaquín Lavega (River Plate-URU)

Venezuela: Kervin Andrade (La Guaira)

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