French celebrity Kylian Mbappe has been surprisingly omitted from the last five-man review for its prestigious 2018 European Golden Boy award.
The award, created by publication Tuttosport, is awarded to the player below the age of 21 in Europe.
Mbappe, who won the award has been left out despite winning the Young Player of the Tournament award in the 2018 World Cup\.
Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold has got the shortlist after helping the unwanted of Jurgen Klopp attain the Champions League final and breaking into the England squad of Gareth Southgate.
He’s joined after a breakthrough year that saw him win his first cap for Italy and score 18 goals to the Rossoneri on the last recap by AC Milan forward Patrick Cutrone.
2 Netherlands internationals are contained with Roma forward Justin Kluivert and Ajax shield Matthijs de Ligt both termed.
The last name on the record is Real Madrid’s 18-year-old Brazilian ahead\ Vinicius Junior, that combined the Spanish facet from Flamengo at July.
Manchester City’s Phil Foden, Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot, Everton’s Tom Davies and Celtic’s Odsonne Edouard were every comprised on a listing of 20 finalists published earlier this month but neglected to make the last five.
Former winners of this award include Wayne Rooney (2004), Lionel Messi (2005), Sergio Aguero (2007), Paul Pogba (2013), Raheem Sterling (2014) and Anthony Martial (2015).
30 journalists will, decide the winner, which is declared December 18 from media outlets throughout the continent.