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U17 World Cup: the youngsters Barça will be keeping an eye on

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U17 World Cup: the youngsters Barça will be keeping an eye on

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Barcelona will not waste time in the u17 World Cup. The Catalans will send several scouts to point to the next great stars of the football scene. Names such as Johan Mina, Lucien Agoume, Jun Nishikawa and Gabriel Veron are all expected to make their mark.

Hazard, Kroos, Neymar, Figo, Casillas, Ronaldinho... all of them played the Under 17 World Cup. They are just a few names that, later, would end becoming some of football's biggest stars.

According to 'Sport' and 'Mundo Deportivo', Barcelona will send scouts to Brazil to follow the young promises' evolution and to spot the next Cristiano or Messi. 

The Catalan's main interest is Johan Mina. The Ecuadorian dazzled in the South American Under 17 tournament and will be one his team's great stars in the tournament. 

He belongs to Emelec and will turn 18 in February, meaning he will be free to negotiate with clubs. The ball is Barcelona's court from them on, as Valverde's team could sign him as soon as next year's summer transfer market.

However, he is not the only footballer Barcelona will be looking at. Lucien Agoume, Jun Nishikawa and Gabriel Veron will all be observed by Barcelona's scouts. 

The first of them, Lucien Agoume, was on the verge of joining the team earlier, but finally decided to sign for Inter Milan, where he is currently.

Along with the Frenchman is Japan's Jun Nishikawa, a player who has been observed for months and one of Asia's great promises. Barcelona have already probed his incorporation in 2020, when he reaches the required age.

Finally, one of Neymar's supposed future replacements for Brazil is also in the list. This is Gabriel Veron, star in the lower categories of Palmeiras and winner of the Club World Cup in the lower categories. 

Pedri, already signed and transferred to Las Palmas, also makes the list, as he is to become one of Spain's once it was confirmed that Ansu Fati will stay with Barcelona.

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