Bukayo Saka’s fine form has been recognized as the Arsenal youngster topped in his class of 2001 as the world’s best player. The young player has played in 50 appearances for the Gunners and has been regular in England National team squad.
Saka has been a real example and a motivator to other young players across the world who want to build a football career for themselves. The Football research group CIES Observatory has ranked Bukayo into a different age group since the turn of the year.
These rankings took into consideration the number of games the youngster has played and also the kind of opponents he has faced in those games.
In the class of 2001, Saka came top beating the likes of Manchester United Mason Greenwood and AS Monaco’s Benoit Badiashile. With this, it confirmed that Arsenal have a valuable jewel on their hand with the youngster still having space to impress even more.
Mikel Arteta has shown a lot of confidence in him since he became the club’s manager and he is now reaping the rewards of trusting him.
With still some games to go, Saka will now be looking forward to helping Arsenal end this season campaign in the best possible way and also comfortably make it into Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the Euros 2020 after the end of this season that was postponed due to Covid 19.