Levski goalkeeper Plamen Andreev was among the 250 most promising young footballers in the world in a ranking prepared by the SIES Football Observatory. The talent, who was born in 2004 and has not yet reached the age of majority, is in the prestigious 22nd place of the top 50 players who were born in 2004 and later. In first place in his category is Barcelona midfielder Pablo Gavi. Chicago Fire goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina is in second place, and Daniil Khudyakov from Lokomotiv Moscow is third.
Plamen Andreev has a score of 59.5 points, and in the last year he played 867 minutes for the “blues” in official matches.
Among those born in 2000, Real Madrid striker Vinicius Junior is first, ahead of Sandro Tonali from Milan and Vitinia Ferreira from Paris Saint-Germain.
Among footballers who were born in 2001, the leader is Bukayo Saka from Arsenal, ahead of Jurien Timber (Ajax) and Gonzalo Ignacio (Sporting Lisbon).
In the young talents set 2002, the first place goes to Josko Guadriol of Red Bull Leipzig, followed by Piero Hincapie of Bayer Leverkusen and Eduardo Camavinga of Real Madrid.
For footballers born in 2003, the top 3 includes Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund), Jamal Musiala (Bayern Munich) and Harvey Elliott (Liverpool).