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Blog - The Scout's Notebook

Ntep's rising status in Ligue 1 is rightly drawing interest from big clubs

Paris Saint-Germain were crowned champions of Ligue 1 following a 2-1 win over Montpelier.
Paul-Georges Ntep has scored 14 league goals since joining Rennes in January 2014.

Paul-Georges Ntep has been one of the standout young stars of Ligue 1 this season and like his rangy and impressive teammate Abdoulaye Doucoure, he has been heavily linked with a summer move away from his current employers Rennes.

Ntep was born in Douala in western Cameroon, but he and his sister were sent to live with their aunt in the gritty Paris suburb of Grigny when he was eight years old. He was rejected by the likes of Lille, Paris Saint-Germain and Toulouse, but after bouncing around a number...

River star Matias Kranevitter compares to Mascherano, City and Atletico keen

Matias Kranevitter has drawn comparisons with Javier Mascherano for his style.

Matias Kranevitter has attracted the attention of a number of European clubs with a series of impressively assured displays at the base of the River Plate midfield. And there are sure to be plenty of interested onlookers this Thursday, when the 21-year-old will be part of the River side hoping to defend their 1-0 advantage over fierce rivals Boca Juniors in order to progress to the last eight of the Copa Libertadores -- South America's Champions League.

Kranevitter is the oldest of six children...

The future stars of the four Champions League semifinalists

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti spoke ahead of his sides La Liga clash with Almeria, including the call up of Martin Odegaard.

This week sees the commencement of the Champions League semifinals, with Barcelona and Bayern Munich, and Juventus and Real Madrid squaring off for the two spots in June's final in Berlin.

The squads of all four sides are largely populated with players of worldwide renown -- the likes of Carlos Tevez, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Thomas Muller -- but here we look at four players who could be key figures for their respective clubs in the future.

Barcelona: Munir El Haddadi

2014 was...

Chelsea and Man City players to watch during FA Youth Cup final second leg

Boga's drive and dynamism makes him one of Chelsea's biggest up and coming stars.

Chelsea will be confident of defending their 3-1 first leg advantage when they take on Manchester City in the return leg of the 2015 FA Youth Cup final at Stamford Bridge on Monday. Here are three players to look out for from each side ahead of what is likely to be an entertaining encounter.

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Charlie Colkett: Charlie Colkett captained Chelsea during the first leg and produced a commanding performance worthy of his title. His distribution was slick, decisive and varied, and included...

Oliver Torres shines on loan at FC Porto, but is he a future Atletico star?

Oliver Torres has impressed current Porto boss Julen Lopetegui.

Oliver Torres was the youngest starter in the FC Porto team who surprised Bayern Munich by recording a 3-1 victory in the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal tie last week. The 20-year-old midfielder will again hope to be involved in Munich on Tuesday as the Portuguese side seek to complete the job and progress to the last four.

Torres is currently on loan at Porto from Atletico Madrid, whom he joined at the age of 13 after impressing for the Morala football school in his native Navalmoral...

Isaiah Brown has the potential to be Chelsea's next great youth product

Jose Mourinho refused to comment on whether he's made an approach for FC Tokyo star Yoshinori Muto, but admitted commercial interests and modern football are inseparable.

It has been a whirlwind few days for Isaiah Brown. On Friday, he captained the Chelsea under-19 side to a 4-0 victory over Roma in their UEFA Youth League semifinal in Nyon. Afterwards, he flew back to England to take his place on the bench for the senior team's league match at Queens Park Rangers. After the final whistle on Sunday, he returned to Switzerland. And on Monday, he was decisive in the U-19 side's final success over Shakhtar Donetsk.

It was Brown who opened the scoring seven minutes...