10 2022 World Cup players who can transform their careers

Sport claims that former Qatari stars like Goncalo Ramos, Cody Gakpo, and Josko Gvardiol can find employment elsewhere.

Azzedine Ounahi (Morocco/Angers)

Ounahi is now playing for Angers, who are last in Ligue 1. However, following the 2022 World Cup, his situation is likely to change. This midfielder’s chances of advancing to the knockout stage might be improved with a strong showing at the world’s largest competition. in the future Everyone respects Ounahi’s vision, leadership, and ability to regulate.


Cody Gakpo (Netherlands/PSV)

The World Cup is nothing more than a stage for Gakpo to shine. “Orange whirlwind” was eliminated by Argentina in the quarterfinals but Gakpo soon had impressive performances. Currently Real Madrid, MU or Arsenal are all eyeing this striker.

Dominik Livakovic (Croatia/Dinamo Zagreb)

Livakovic’s goal of playing football in a big team is gradually becoming a reality. He is considered the best goalkeeper of the 2022 World Cup. Croatia reached the semi-finals thanks to Livakovic’s great contribution in the wooden frame.


Enzo Fernandez (Benfica/Argentina)

A memorable World Cup with young Benfica midfielder. In fact, this player soon received the attention of many clubs before the tournament. According to many sources, Liverpool soon contacted Fernandez’s agent to make a transfer move.


Goncalo Ramos (Portugal/Benfica)

Ramos can help Benfica collect a large amount of money. The hat-trick against Switzerland in the round of 16 brought this player to light. Ramos is young but shows the ability of a top striker. Manchester United soon became interested in the player.


Harry Souttar (Australia/Stoke City)

Australia’s solid wall at the 2022 World Cup. Thanks to Souttar’s excellent defensive situations, the kangaroo team reached the round of 16 before losing to Argentina. Stoke City is said to be too small for this player.


Josko Gvardiol (Croatia/RB Leipzig)

Only 20 years old, Gvardiol is destined to be the top midfielder in Europe for the next 5 years. The ball for Lionel Messi to pass in the semi-finals does not reduce the value of this player. Chelsea wants to have Gvardiol to spend more than 100 million euros.


Mohammed Kudus (Ghana/Ajax)

He is one of the bright spots of the African representative in the group stage of this year’s World Cup. Kudus shows great potential to become a future star. The 22-year-old can play comfortably in central midfield, winger or striker positions. Even Kudus can play the role of right-back.


Randal Kolo Muani (France/Eintracht Frankfurt)

Muani is on the list for the 2022 World Cup due to Christopher Nkunku’s injury. Although he rarely played, he played an important role in the victory over Morocco in the semi-finals. Muani only needed the first touch of the ball to hit the African representative’s net, setting a 2-0 victory for France.


Sofyan Amrabat (Morocco/Fiorentina)

Amrabat plays the role of Morocco’s pillar in the 2022 World Cup. He possesses an abundant physical foundation, the ability to pursue fiercely, choose a position wisely and be strong in duels. Amrabat showed his mark in Qatar and it is expected that this player will make a big step in January 2023. Experts rate Amrabat as the best defensive midfielder in the tournament.