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UEFA President Hails Lamine Yamal as World’s Best Young Player

UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin has named Barcelona and Spain’s rising star Lamine Yamal as the best young footballer in the world.

The praise follows Yamal’s electrifying European Championships debut against Croatia, where the 16-year-old delivered a standout performance.

Yamal made a memorable entrance into the Euros during Spain’s Group B opener in Berlin. The young winger showcased his exceptional talent with a stunning assist for Dani Carvajal’s goal, helping Spain secure a strong start to their campaign.

Ceferin, speaking to the media via Mundo Deportivo, expressed his admiration for Yamal, defining the teenager’s extraordinary potential.

“If I had a club and enough money, Lamine Yamal would be my first signing,” Ceferin stated.

“For me, he is the best young player in the world and has the potential to become the best player overall.”

Ceferin’s glowing endorsement of Yamal underscores the excitement surrounding the prodigy. At just 16, Yamal’s remarkable skills and composure on the pitch have already set him apart on the international stage.

His historic debut saw him become the youngest player to participate in the European Championships and the youngest to provide an assist in the tournament’s history.

Looking ahead, Yamal and the Spanish national team prepare to face Italy in their next Group B match in Gelsenkirchen this Thursday.

With Ceferin’s high praise echoing through the football world, all eyes will be on Yamal to see if he continues to dazzle on this grand stage.

Spain, touted by Ceferin as one of the favorites for the tournament, will be counting on their young star to shine once more.

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