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Jul 22, 2022

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Pedri wins 2021 Golden Boy award – England’s Bellingham finishes secondgolden boy 2021

The Spanish Euro 2020 participantPedri ofFC Barcelona has won the 2021 Golden Boy award. This was announced on Monday by Italian newspaper Tuttosport, which has been awarding the prize since 2003. The 18-year-old midfielder is only the second Barça player to receive the award, afterLionel Messi in 2005. InCesc Fàbregas (2006) andIsco (2012), two other Spaniards have previously received the trophy. Last year, BVB’sErling Haaland became the Golden Boy.

All Golden Boy winners since 2003 2003: Rafael van der Vaart (Ajax – Netherlands) &copyGetty Images

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2004: Wayne Rooney (Everton/Manchester United – England) &copyimago images

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2005: Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona – Argentina) &copyimago images

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2006: Cesc Fàbregas (Arsenal – Spain) &copyimago images

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2007: Sergio Agüero (Atlético – Argentina) &copyimago images

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2008: Anderson (Manchester United – Brazil) &copyimago images

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2009: Alexandre Pato (AC Milan – Brazil) &copyimago images

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2010: Mario Balotelli (Inter/Manchester City – Italy) &copyimago images

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2011: Mario Götze (Borussia Dortmund – Germany) &copyGetty Images

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2012: Isco (Malaga – Spain) &copyimago images

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2013: Paul Pogba (Juventus – France) &copyGetty Images

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2014: Raheem Sterling (Liverpool FC – England) &copyGetty Images

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2015: Anthony Martial (Manchester United – France) &copyimago images

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2016: Renato Sanches (Benfica/Bayern Munich – Portugal) &copyimago images

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2017: Kylian Mbappé (AS Monaco/PSG – France) &copyimago images

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2018: Matthijs de Ligt (Ajax – Netherlands) &copyimago images

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2019: João Félix (Atlético/Benfica – Portugal) &copyimago images

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2020: Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund – Norway) &copyimago images

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2021: Pedri (FC Barcelona – Spain) &copyTM/imago images

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All talents born after January 1, 2001, were eligible this year, initially 100 players were announced in a pre-selection in the summer, which was gradually reduced to 20 players. These were voted on by various publications from Europe, including Bild in Germany, L’Équipe from France, Marca from Spain and The Times from England.

Market Value Pedri Pedri Central Midfield €80.00m

“I am delighted to announce that FC Barcelona and Spanish national team midfielder Pedri has won the nineteenth edition of our international trophy, which selects the best U21 player in the world playing for a European club in the top division,” Tuttusport director Xavier Jacobelli said. “Of the forty journalists who voted on behalf of the most prestigious newspapers on our continent, 24 voted him first, nine second and three third.”

Golden Boy: England youngster Bellingham receives second most votes

According to the report, Borussia Dortmund’sJude Bellingham came in second, a full 199 points behind. There has never been such a large lead in the voting, Jacobelli said. Meanwhile, Germany internationalKarim Adeyemi ofRed Bull Salzburg won the fan vote on the internet ahead ofCharles De Ketelaere of Club Brugge.

The 20 nominees for the 2021 Golden Boy award 1 Pedri | FC Barcelona | Market value: €80m &copyimago images

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2 Jude Bellingham | Borussia Dortmund | Market value: €70m &copyimago images

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3 Florian Wirtz | Bayer Leverkusen | Market value: €65m &copyimago images

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4 Bukayo Saka | Arsenal FC | Market value: €65m &copyimago images

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5 Eduardo Camavinga | Real Madrid | Market value: €55m &copyimago images

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6 Jamal Musiala | Bayern Munich | Market value: €50m &copyimago images

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7 Mason Greenwood | Manchester United | Market value: €50m &copyimago images

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8 Giovanni Reyna | Borussia Dortmund | Market value: €42m &copyimago images

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9 Nuno Mendes | PSG | Market value: €40m &copyimago images

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10 Rodrygo | Real Madrid | Market value: €35m &copyimago images

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11 Ryan Gravenberch | Ajax Amsterdam | Market value: €33m &copyimago images

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12 Yeremi Pino | Villarreal CF | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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13 Bryan Gil | Tottenham Hotspur | Market value: €30m &copyimago images

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14 Gavi | FC Barcelona | Market value: €25m &copyimago images

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15 Charles De Ketelaere | Club Brugge | Market value: €25m &copyImago/TM

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16 Karim Adeyemi | RB Salzburg | Market value: €20m &copyimago images

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17 William Saliba | Olympique Marseille | Market value: €18m &copyimago images

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18 Jurrien Timber | Ajax | Market value: €17m &copyTM/imago images

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19 Roberto Piccoli | Atalanta | Market value: €4m &copyimago images

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20 Daniel Maldini | AC Milan | Market value: €2m &copyimago images

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Pedri wins 2021 Golden Boy award – England’s Bellingham finishes second