Five of the best young players in La Liga outside of Barcelona and Real Madrid

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Five of the best young players in La Liga outside of Barcelona and Real Madrid

Post by lensmall002 » Mon Oct 23, 2017 7:36 am

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Guillem Balague takesSBOBETa look at some of the young stars impressing in La Liga this season.

Everybody knows about Marco Asensio and Ousmane Dembele, but who are the best young players in La Liga outside of Real Madrid and Barcelona?

From a Real Sociedad winger to a central midfielder from Levante, we've picked out five rising stars who are turning heads this season.

Let's start with Mikel Oyarzabal. The 20-year-old left winger has been with Real Sociedad since he was 14 and has been an ever-present in the first team since last season.

An injury caused him to miss three gamesSBOBET in September, but he came back into the team with a goal and an assist in La Real's 3-2 defeat to Valencia last weekend.

Oyarzabal made his debut for Spain as a substitute in a game against Switzerland in 2016, and he is widely predicted to become a regular for the national side.

Athletic Bilbao tried to invoke his 40m euro buyout clause before he signed a new contract last year, and it wouldn't be a surprise if Premier League clubs soon start knocking on La Real's door.

Comparisons have already been madeสโบเบทwith Antoine Griezmann, a previous La Real superstar, and if he does eventually leave, it will certainly be for big money.

Valencia's Carlos Soler is another 20-year-old with a bright future.

Soler made 15 appearances for his boyhood club last year, but he is now a regular starter for a Valencia side who have regained their mojo under the very demanding regime of Marcelino.

Soler has been tipped to become a future Valencia captain and Spain star, and this season he has contributed more assists from open play than any other player in La Liga.

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