The first financier of Bayern and the giants of Portugal.. clubs that specialize in producing stars
The journey between the present and the past, the talents of clubs and the best academies to produce talent
The production of young talent is an important industry in the modern world of football, especially for clubs whose owners are looking for profits, or clubs that do not have money to make big deals. Large clubs are also looking to enter the talent industry in order to save expenses after the crazy rise in players prices, as well as to create young elements belonging to the club since childhood, and know the environment, scenes and identity of the team.
Clubs in the talent industry were divided into clubs whose priority is to discover and develop young talent and then sell it to increase investment and profits without looking further at winning tournaments.
Clubs whose identity has become the production and preservation of talent to be on the team for many years and contribute to winning tournaments such as Barcelona and Arsenal clubs.
"I have a personal dream that Benfica will win the Champions League with four or five kids from the academy playing in the team" Rodrigo Magalhaes technical coordinator of the Benfica Academy.
Portuguese club Benfica is one of the most successful clubs in the world in producing talent over the past decade.
The Portuguese club combines well the idea of making talent and benefiting from it materially as well as a field on the pitch, as the Eagles are the most rewarding club for the Portuguese League Championship.
Benfica have won the Portuguese League Championship 5 times in the last 10 years, including back-to-back 4 from 2014 to 2018.
The reds have already been famous for more than 30 years for producing young talents From Rui Costa and Deco through David Louise and Angel Di Maria and in recent years produced the Portuguese club's academy, Raúl Jiménez and goalkeeper Brazil Ederson, Robin Diaz and Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo and Joao Felix, who became the most expensive deal in history after joining Atletico Madrid for 126 million euros.
The current composition of the team carries many young stars who European clubs wish to be served by the likes of Brazilian winger Everton, and the most important talent Darwin Nunez, who enjoys the attention of both Liverpool and Manchester United.
Holland senior club Ajax Amsterdam is known for the DNA of Dutch football legend Johan Cruyff, who produces players with great skills especially in creative player proficiency, short pass and opportunity creation.
Ajax Amstradm's academy produces many young talents and it can even be said that in every major European club there is a player who passed by at Johan Cruyff Stadium.
The champions of the Eredivisie are fully dependent on the graduates of their academy called "de Toksmet" or the future in Dutch.
The gods, as they call themselves, are champions of the Eredivisie in the last 3 seasons, and champions 7 times in the last 11 seasons.
Ajax has been known for many years for the quality of young players, contributing to the emergence of players such as Clarence Sedorf, Ahmed Hossam "Meadow" and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
His academy produced great quality players such as Rafael van der Vaart, Wesley Schneider, Nigel de Jong, John Hitenga, Martin Stecklenberg, Ricardo van Rayne, Ahmed Husam Meadow, Davinson Sanchez, Luis Suarez, Matthijs de Ligt, Frankie de Jong and Serginio Dest.
The club currently has players in demand at many top clubs such as Devin Rench and Nasi Onovar who are on Jules' list for the top 50 young talents around the world, as well as Brazilian Anthony and much-needed Manchester United, Ryan Gravenberg, defender Eurian Timber and newly transferred Nasir Mazraoui for Bayern Munich and Cameroonian keeper Andrey Onana. He is a graduate of the Barcelona Academy, but attended the Dutch Junior Club.
Not only does Dortmund produce talent, it has the eyes of an expert who attracts young talent from other academies and includes players for the first team and after their level exploded by a season or two they are sold at double prices for purchase prices.
But the German club represents the word "gold-bleaching goose" of Bayern Munich, representing all of Borussia Dortmund's production as a swag for Bayern, which absolutely dominates the Bundesliga.
Borussia Dortmund has many outstanding talents starting with Mario Gotze, Marco Royce in the past, Ousmane Dembele joining Barcelona and Alexander Isaacs attacking Real Sociedad and Jadon Sancho, originally a graduate of Manchester City Academy who eventually joined Manchester United, and the men of the future in yellow and black are: Yousova Mukoko is the youngest player and goalscorer in Bundesliga history, having Bellingham attracted by the Lions of the Festival from Birmingham City.
Brazilian club Santos is one of the top exporters of Brazilian players for major European teams, the club that produced Pele, Rubinho, Neymar, Emerson, Gabriel Barbosa and Rodrigo.
Santos has a long history of searching and excavating jewels buried in Brazil's neighbourhoods and brought them out to the light of European leagues.
The team now has many young gems, most notably: Kaiki, the young centre-back who appeared at great levels with the team last season and Marcus Leonardo, the Brazilian team's most exciting striker.
Porto are one of Europe's leading talent clubs with the Portuguese club's most prominent alumni being Eder Militao, whose move to Madrid amounted to 50 million euros and contributed to the royal's Champions League crown.
The Portuguese club has a special policy of working with talent, not only with local talent, but also with young players that attract them from South America at low prices, before their star in the first team is featured and sold to European clubs at high prices.
Porto's talents include Anderson, James Rodriguez, Wilacium Mangala, Ricardo Pereira, Erbin Neves and Diogo Dalot, Luis Diaz, the newly-minted to Liverpool.
Despite exporting talent and not retaining it for many years within the team, Porto are the most successful teams in Portugal, winning the league tournament 30 times, and securing the title 3 times in the last 5 years.
The Belgian club is the most eligible for the league title with 34 times, the best product of young talent in Belgium, with Anderlecht distinguished by an emerging sector with expert eyes in the players, as well as the team's policy of escalating young players to the first team, in order to highlight their talents to sell them at large prices.
The graduates of Anderlecht are Manchester City and former Belgium captain Vincent Kompany, Fulham star Aleksandar Mitrovic, Leicester City star Yuri Telemance and Wolverhampton median Leander Dendoncier, Belgian tank Romelu Lukaku and Napoli striker Dries Mertens.
The Belgian club currently has many good young names such as: Defender Hannes Delcrox, Zino DeBast, Lucas Lissens, right-back Killian Sardella and Marco Cana, ranked by the British newspaper The Guardian as one of the world's top 60 talents for the next generation of football, as well as Christian Arnstad, Yary Verskjaern, nicknamed " The new Eden Hazard",
Sporting Lisbon's academy stands out as one of the best in the world in terms of producing young talent, how it is not who presented the world with the quality and size of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portuguese captain of former Real Madrid and Juventus star and current Manchester United striker, who has won the Ballon d'Or 5 times during his major career.
The Lisbon Academy works to extract local talent, as well as Spanish given Spain's proximity to Portugal, unlike Porto's way of attracting players from South America at reduced prices.
The Portuguese club's academy has a good reputation among the top clubs, bringing out players of great quality, such as Luis Viejo, Paulo Fiotri, Beto João Moutinho, Nani, Miguel Veloso, Cristiano Ronaldo, Marcos Rojo, Ricardo Quarisma, Islam Slimani, Gilson Martinez, adrian, adrian and Brunrian.
Some young talents, such as Gonzalo Inacio, Robin Venagri, Pedro Boro, Gonzalo Estevez and Daniel Praganza, are present in the team's current composition.