Romeo Lavia has been named in the The Guardian’s list of the 60 best young talents in world football. A well deserved merit in one of the most comprehensive list in punditry. The list which is yearly, has included the Belgian and possible heir to Fernandinho.
Discovered at Kevin De Bruyne’s camp in their native Belgium, Lavia has already played for City’s first team this season and shown much promise. On the list he joins other young phenoms, some notable names include Luka Romero, Gavi, Youssoufa Moukoko, and CFG’s Nicolas Siri from Montevideo City Torque.
Now it will be up to him to make the plaudits into reality as he starts a possible bourgeoning career.