Bundesliga Women: Four youngsters to watch for | Football news

Many young talents in the women’s Bundesliga. Four names in particular should be kept in mind: Juliane Wirtz, Gia Corley, Riola Xhemaili & Sjoeke Nüsken. A bright future is predicted for all four. We say why.

Julian Wirtz:

21-year-old Juliane Wirtz is entering her fifth season at Bayer Leverkusen this year. The sister of Bundesliga star Florian Wirtz is now one of the key players of the Werkself and pulls the strings in midfield.

In April of this year, she extended her contract in Leverkusen until 2024 and, according to club officials, is on the way to becoming a top player in the team.

Gia Corley:

Gia Corley was initially unsuccessful in the first team of FC Bayern and then switched to TSG Hoffenheim in 2021. There, the nimble attacking player should ensure goals. Corley, who was born in the United States, collected two Fritz Walter medals (bronze 2019, silver 2020).

She made the entire German national team and was with the U20s at the World Cup in Costa Rica this summer.

Gia Corley (20): TSG Hoffenheim© Imago

Riola Xhemaili:

Despite being only 19 years old, Riola Xhemaili was able to establish himself immediately in midfield at SC Freiburg last season. In the summer, as the youngest member of the team, she traveled with the Swiss national team to the European Championships in England.

In her home country, she is considered a great hope for the future and is one of the most talented players in the SC Freiburg team. As a playmaker, she shines in the midfield, above all with her good understanding of the game and strong passes into the interface.

Riola Xhemaili (19): SC Freiburg
Riola Xhemaili (19): SC Freiburg© Imago

Sjoeke Nuesken:

Sjoeke Nüsken has developed into an established Bundesliga player at Eintracht Frankfurt and provides a lot of stability in Frankfurt’s midfield. In the winter, Chelsea FC, among others, were interested in signing Nüsken – but the 21-year-old extended Eintracht until 2024. She narrowly missed the European competition when she was one of the five players who were still there shortly before the departure was reduced. from the Provisional Army. However, you can expect them regularly in future DFB selections.

Surprisingly, she was still one of the greatest German tennis talents until she was eleven, but then she developed her great passion for soccer and practically left tennis behind. In addition to working on the football field, the 21-year-old is currently studying engineering. public works.

Sjoeke Nuesken (21): Eintracht Frankfurt
Sjoeke Nuesken (21): Eintracht Frankfurt© Imago

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