Cesc Fabregas has been graced with his footballing opinions on Twitter
The Spanish midfielder was hosting a social media Q&A when he was asked an intriguing question.
Indeed, Fabregas was asked who he thought was the best young player in the world right now, and he provided his opinion.
From Pedri and Gavi to Jude Bellingham, the world of football is filled with excellent young players right now.
However, Fabregas chose Jamal Musiala, a reported Liverpool transfer target, as the best young footballer in the world right now, ignoring all of the aforementioned players.
Fabregas is a major fan of Musiala, and it’s easy to see why.
This season, the teenager has been one of Bayern Munich’s top players, and he was also one of Germany’s World Cup stars, if such a thing exists.
While Germany was eliminated in the group stages, Musiala provided a rare spark for Die Mannschaft, with his frantic dribbling and ingenuity.
As Fabregas stated, this is one of Europe’s best talents right now, and according to certain rumors, Liverpool is interested in this player.
Musiala in a Liverpool shirt would be quite the sight. A young, gifted youngster who was educated in Germany has all the makings of a star in Jurgen Klopp’s squad.
Unfortunately for the Reds, Bayern Munich does not frequently sell its great players, so this deal may not materialize.
However, there is no smoke without fire, and Musiala, as an English-born player, may wish to dabble in the Premier League at some point.
One thing is certain: this young man has the potential to be a future superstar.
Jurgen Klopp challenges VAR decision following confusion in Liverpool defeat to Man City
VAR was not used at the Etihad Stadium as Manchester City defeated Liverpool in the Carabao Cup
As Liverpool’s era as Carabao Cup holders came to an end, Jurgen Klopp questioned the decision not to employ VAR.
The Reds’ season began after the World Cup break with a 3-2 loss against Manchester City in a thrilling fourth-round match on Thursday evening.
VAR is not used in the Carabao Cup until the semi-final stage, according to new rules for the 2019/20 season.
While Klopp acknowledges that the technology cannot be used in the early rounds, the Reds manager believes it was wrong for it to remain dormant at the Etihad, with referee David Coote and his colleagues making a number of contentious calls during the game.
“If we have VAR, the officials are used to VAR, and then you tell them no… it appeared in a handful of scenarios that they were waiting for or believing VAR was still there, but there was nothing,” he explained.
“There were a handful of offside rulings where everybody in the stadium was confident it was offside, I don’t know if it was in the end or not, and we couldn’t watch it back
“It makes sense if you play a competition and everyone has VAR, why shouldn’t you? I understand that in earlier rounds, it may not be possible at all levels. But it’s City versus Liverpool, and I believe all of the technical equipment is present, so why not use it?”