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The hotel is Located and the Times in the last two contenders for the Golden Boy Award

This Is Donyell Times are still up to the players who have a chance to win the Golden Boy Award, the award for the most promising talent in Europe, to be 21 years of age). The list of nominees will be chosen on Tuesday, had been reduced from forty to twenty players.

The prestigious award was won last year by the now-twenty-year-old The who for a season had a lack of and transfer to The afdwong. Have never had a player won the award twice.

Range after Donyell Malen (20), the experience of this year’s breakthrough player. He went to Seville, left, Luuk de Jong in the striker, was in the eighteen official matches, all of the sixteen goals scored recently for his debut in attack against Germany (2-4 win).

In contrast to The Lies and the Times survived, AS Roma, attacker, Justin Kluivert, the selection is not. The same is true for a Feyenoorder, Luis Sinisterra. With Chelsea on his Return, the Mount, (ex-Vitesse), there is still a third-former Premier league player on the list.

The Italian newspaper Tuttosport, reaches for the Golden Boy Award, since 2003, we and Rafael van der Vaart was at the time, and the first one to call it. There are still, ultimately, five candidates are about. The price will be on the 16th of december, presented in Turin, italy.

The twenty nominees are: Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich), Gianluigi Donnarumma (AC Milan), Ansu Fati (FC Barcelona), Phil Foden (Manchester City), Matteo Guendouzi (Arsenal), Erling Haland (RB Salzburg), Kai Havertz (Bayer Leverkusen), John Felix (Atlético Madrid), Dejan Joveljic (Eintracht Frankfurt), Moise Kean (Everton), Kang-in Lee (Valencia), This Is a (Top), Andrii Lunin (Real Valladolid), Donyell Malen (PSV), Mason Mount (Chelsea), Rodrygo (Real Madrid), Jadon Sancho, (Borussia Dortmund), Ferrán Torres Torres (Valencia), Vinícius (Real Madrid), Nicolò Zaniolo (AS Roma).

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