Argentines Darío Sarmiento Y Federico Redondo are part of the group of greatest promises of world football.
The British medium The Guardian made a report with 60 footballers born after 2003 and among them are the two young people born in Argentina.
Sarmiento, footballer of La Plata students, debuted in First division before turning 17 and is one of the great jewels of Argentine football, shining with his skill and technique.
Further, is watched closely by Manchester City and it would not be strange that once he turns 18 he emigrates to Pep Guardiola’s team.
The other name is Federico Redondo, who plays for Argentinos Juniors and is the son of Fernando Redondo, Real Madrid legend.
Redondo himself recognized the interest from the Premier League for his son, a very classy midfielder like his father, but he is in no hurry for him to leave the Bug.
In the list, there are also two Colombian players (Tomás Ángel, son of Juan Pablo Ángel, and Jhon Jáder Durán), an Ecuadorian (Anthony Valencia) and a Uruguayan (Juan Ignacio Cabrera).