Golden Boy Award 2023: 10 Premier League Players On The Shortlist

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Golden Boy Award 2023: 10 Premier League players are on the shortlist with Liverpool, United, Chelsea, Man City and Brighton all represented.

Golden Boy Award 2023: 10 Premier League Players On Shortlist

The award is won by Europe’s best youngster aged under 21 in a calendar year and began in 2003.

Firstly, Liverpool have two of their players on the list; Harvey Elliott and Stefan Bajcetic are on the shortlist for the 2023 Golden Boy Award.

Barcelona always have a representative on the list as they always encourage and field younger players in their team.

Gavi, who has been nominated again for this year’s shortlist, won last year’s award.

Jude Bellingham, who recently joined Real Madrid from Borussia Dortmund this summer, will battle Gavi for the crown this year.

Bayern Munich wonderkid and Germany International Jamal Musiala is also on the list and also a favorite.

Xavi Simons, who has joined RB Leipzig on loan from Paris Saint-Germain, is also shortlisted after a good season at PSV Eindhoven.

He is on the list alongside his teammate Benjamin Sesko, while highly-rated striker and Manchester United target Rasmus Hojlund made the list too.

United also are being represented on the list of the 100-player shortlist by star Argentine attacker Alejandro Garnacho.

Manchester City are not left out too with their duo Rico Lewis and Maximo Perrone are both on the shortlist, while Chelsea are represented by Lewis Hall and Levi Colwill.

Brighton also are not left out too, they have Irish striker Evan Ferguson joined by exciting South American midfielders Julio Enciso and Facundo Buonanotte.

Golden Boy Award 2023: 10 Premier League Players On Shortlist
Golden Boy Award 2022 winner: Gavi.

Scottish giants Celtic are not left out in the Golden Boy Award 2023 as they are represented by Odin Holm following his transfer from Valerenga.

The Award was established by Italian sports newspaper Tuttosport in 2003. The voting process is coordinated by a panel of judges featuring sports journalists from across Europe.

Golden Boy Award 2023 Complete List

The original 100-man shortlist for the 2023 Golden Boy award was announced on June 20, 2023.

The 100 players are;

1 Jamal Musiala (FC Bayern München)

2 Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid)

3 Pablo Gavi (FC Barcelona)

4 António Silva (SL Benfica)

5 Alejandro Balde (FC Barcelona)

6 Xavi Simons (PSV Eindhoven)

7 Florian Wirtz (Bayer 04 Leverkusen)

8 Benjamin Šeško (RB Salzburg)

9 Devyne Rensch (AFC Ajax)

10 Giorgio Scalvini (Atalanta BC)

11 Lucas Gourna-Douath (RB Salzburg)

12 Arthur Vermeeren (Royal Antwerp FC)

13 Ryan Cherki (Olympique Lyonnais)

14 Harvey Elliott (Liverpool FC)

15 Milos Kerkez (AZ Alkmaar)

16 Rasmus Højlund (Atalanta BC)

17 Rico Lewis (Manchester City FC)

18 Arnau Martínez (Girona FC)

19 Emanuel Emegha (SK Sturm Graz)

20 Jelert Kristensen (FC Copenhagen)

21 Stefan Bajcetic (Liverpool FC)

22 Martin Baturina (Dinamo Zagreb)

23 Levi Colwill (Brighton)

24 Warren Zaire-Emery)

25 Martin Vitík (AC Sparta Praha)

26 Ernest Nuamah (FC Nordsjaelland)

27 Ismaël Doukouré (RC Strasbourg)

28 Zeno Debast (RSC Anderlecht)

29 Bjorn Meijer (Club Brugge)

30 Johan Bakayoko (PSV Eindhoven)

31 Mathys Tel (FC Bayern München)

32 Alejandro Garnacho (Manchester United)

33 Oleksandr Saputin (Zorya Lugansk)

34 Robert Renan (Zenit St. Petersburg)

35 Ariel Mosór (Piast Gliwice)

36 Hugo Larsson (Eintracht Frankfurt)

37 Matija Frigan (HNK Rijeka)

38 Maurits Kjærgaard (RB Salzburg)

39 Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (Borussia Dortmund)

40 Fabio Miretti (Juventus FC)

41 Amane Romeo (BK Häcken)

42 Bilal El Khannous (KRC Genk)

43 Pavlo Isenko (Vorskla Poltava)

44 Evan Ferguson (Brighton)

45 Andy Diouf (FC Basel 1893)

46 Veljko Ilic (TSC Backa Topola)

47 Christos Zafeiris (SK Slavia Praha)

48 Julio Enciso (Brighton)

49 El Chadaille Bitshiabu (PSG)

50 Hákon Haraldsson (FC Copenhagen)

51 Lesley Ugochukwu (Stade Rennais FC)

52 Stefan Lekovic (Crvena Zvezda)

53 William Clem (FC Copenhagen)

54 Maksym Dyachuk (Dynamo Kyiv)

55 Aurèle Amenda (BSC Young Boys)

56 Valdemar Jensen (FC Copenhagen)

57 Saël Kumbedi (Olympique Lyonnais)

58 Johan Bångsboi (IFK Göteborg)

59 Bonsu Baah (Sarpsborg 08 FF)

60 Tommaso Baldanzi (Empoli FC)

61 Peter Ratkov (RB Salzburg)

62 João Neves (SL Benfica)

63 Viktor Melekhin (FC Rostov)

64 Lucas Hey (Lyngby BK)

65 Youssoufa Moukoko (Borussia Dortmund)

66 Elye Wahi (Montpellier)

67 Roméo Lavia (Southampton FC)

68 Victor Lind (IFK Norrköping)

69 Oscar Gloukh (RB Salzburg)

70 Wilfried Gnonto (Leeds United FC)

71 Noah Persson (BSC Young Boys)

72 Filip Sidklev (IF Brommapojkarna)

73 Otto Rosengren (Mjällby AIF)

74 Tim Oermann (Wolfsberger AC)

75 Arne Engels (FC Augsburg)

76 Mathias Lövik (Molde FK)

77 Marcus Baggesen (IFK Norrköping)

78 Arda Güler (Fenerbahçe SK)

79 Kacper Kozlowski (Vitesse)

80 Isaak Touré (AJ Auxerre)

81 Alexander Busch (Silkeborg IF)

82 Ervin Omic (Wolfsberger AC)

83 Tobias Slotsager (Odense Boldklub)

84 Luka Stojkovic (NK Lokomotiva Zagreb)

85 Mouhamadou Diarra (RC Strasbourg)

86 Facundo Buonanotte (Brighton)

87 Kevin Kelsy (Shakhtar Donetsk)

88 Arsen Zakharyan (FC Dinamo Moskva)

89 Valentín Carboni (FC Internazionale Milano)

90 Odin Holm (Vålerenga Fotball)

91 Mohamed-Ali Cho (Real Sociedad)

92 Samuel Iling-Junior (Juventus FC)

93 Désiré Doué (Stade Rennais FC)

94 Ousmane Diomandé (Sporting Clube de Portugal)

95 Lewis Hall (Chelsea FC)

96 Máximo Perrone (Manchester City FC)

97 Matías Soulé (Juventus FC)

98 Carney Chukwuemeka (Chelsea FC)

99 Luca Netz (Borussia VfL Mönchengladbach)

100 Kevin Paredes (Vfl Wolfsburg)

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