Seven Premier League players including Phil Foden make final Golden Boy list

Manchester United's Mason Greenwood and Man City’s Phil Foden have both made the final shortlist for the 2020 Golden Boy Award.

The Manchester pair, who were sent home from England duty for breaching Covid-19 guidelines, are two of seven representatives from the Premier League in the running for the prestigious award.

Each year, Italian newspaper Tuttosport honour the brightest young talents across Europe in that calendar year.

Joao Felix won last year's award, while previous winners include the likes of Wayne Rooney, Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe.

Borussia Dortmund pair Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho will be two of the front runners for the award after enjoying stunning years in the Bundesliga.

Greenwood’s inclusion comes after breaking into the United lineup, while Foden has continued to impress under Pep Guardiola.

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Elsewhere, Arsenal star Bukayo Sako has made the final 40 after bursting onto the scene since Mikel Arteta replaced Unai Emery.

Liverpool youngster Neco Williams is also on the shortlist, along with Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi.

Wolves’ £35m club-record signing Fabio Silva is in the running after making his mark on senior football with FC Porto.

Ferran Torres rounds off the Premier League representation, the 20-year-old joined Manchester City earlier in the window but his performances for La Liga side Valencia have earned him a nomination.

Golden Boy 2020 final 40

Marley Ake, Marseille

Adil Aouchiche, Saint-Etienne

Benoit Badiashile, Monaco

Mitchel Bakker, Paris Saint-Germain

Myron Badou, AZ Alkmaar

Dennis Borkowski, RB Leipzig

Eduardo Camavinga, Rennes

Marco Carnesecchi, Atalanta

Rayan Cherki, Lyon

Jonathan David, Lille

Alphonso Davies, Bayern Munich

Sergino Dest, Ajax

Sebastiano Esposito, Inter

Fabio Silva, Wolves

Ansu Fati, Barcelona

Phil Foden, Manchester City

Ryan Gravenberch, Ajax

Mason Greenwood, Manchester United

Erling Haaland, Borussia Dortmund

Callum Hudson-Odoi, Chelsea

Mohamed Ihattaren, PSV Eindhoven

Ozan Kabak, Schalke

Michal Karbownik, Legia

Tanguy-Austin Kouassi, Bayern Munich

Dejan Kulusevski, Juventus

Marcos Antonio, Shakhtar Donetsk

Rafael Camacho, Sporting Club

Bukayo Saka, Arsenal

 

Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund

Vladyslav Suprjaha, Dynamo Kiev

Dominik Szoboszlai, FC Salzburg

Tomas Esteves, Porto

Tomas Tavares, Benfica

Sandro Tonali, AC Milan

Ferran Torres, Manchester City

 

Christos Tzolis, PAOK

Vinicius Junior, Real Madrid

Neco Williams, Liverpool

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