Football News Update: Euro 2024 Young Player of the Tournament Odds

As the highly anticipated Euro 2024 tournament unfolds, our football experts have unveiled the latest odds for the Best Young Player award. The trophy, given to the best player under the age of 21, has seen previous winners emerge as 18-year-olds, including Renato Sanches and Pedri.

This year, Jude Bellingham of England and Jamal Musiala of Germany are leading the charge, with Bellingham firmly in the driver’s seat after his match-winning performance against Serbia on Sunday.

Euro 2024 Best Young Player Odds (Courtesy of Betfred, subject to change):

Jude Bellingham (England) @ 2/1

The 20-year-old Real Madrid sensation has been in scintillating form, having netted 23 goals and provided 12 assists across 41 games for Los Blancos. His decisive goal against Serbia has solidified his status as the clear favorite to claim the coveted award.

Jamal Musiala (Germany) @ 9/2

The Bayern Munich midfielder, aged just 21, has been a pivotal figure for both his club and country. Despite a disappointing season with the Bavarians, Musiala showcased his talent in Germany’s 5-1 thrashing of Scotland, scoring and putting in a brilliant all-round display.

Florian Wirtz (Germany) @ 6/1

The 21-year-old Bayer Leverkusen attacking midfielder has been instrumental in his team’s Bundesliga and DFB Pokal triumphs. Wirtz scored in Germany’s opener against Scotland and will be hoping to secure a spot in the starting XI alongside Musiala.

Lamine Yamal (Spain) @ 6/1

At just 16 years old, the Barcelona winger has already made history as the youngest player and scorer for Spain. Yamal’s impressive performances, including an assist in the 7-1 victory over Georgia, have earned him a spot among the favorites.

Eduardo Camavinga (France) @ 16/1

The versatile Real Madrid midfielder, who can also play in defense, is aiming to replicate his club success at the international level. However, limited playing time in France’s World Cup final defeat to Argentina and the opening game against Austria has seen his odds drop to 16/1.

As the tournament progresses, the battle for the Best Young Player trophy promises to be an enthralling one, with Bellingham and Musiala leading the charge. Fans and pundits alike will be eager to see how these young talents perform on the biggest stage of European football.

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