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Euro 2024 Best Young Player Odds

Euro 2024 Best Young Player Odds: Brilliant Bellingham Leads the Pack

The Best Young Player trophy is given to the best player under the age of 21 at the Euros. It has only been running for the last two editions of the tournament, with previous winners coming in the form of two then-18-year-olds in Renato Sanches and Pedri.

We're here to offer our analysis on the favourites to claim the accolade this summer in Germany, with the likes of Jude Bellingham, Florian Wirtz and Lamine Yamal all expected to shine.

Euro 2024 Best Young Player

Odds courtesy of Unibet. Correct at time of publishing and subject to change.

Player 

Nation - Age 

Odds 

Jude Bellingham

England - 20 Years Old 

37/20

Jamal Muisala 

Germany - 21 Years Olds 

5/1 

Florian Wirtz

Germany - 20 Years Old

7/1

Eduardo Camavinga 

France - 21 Years Old 

10/1

Pedri 

Spain - 21 Years Old

10/1

All others 

14/1 or Above 

Jude Bellingham @15/8

Almost every single Englishman knows just how good Jude Bellingham is, and should he play the way he has done for in the white of Real Madrid when wearing the Three Lions then he will absolutely walk this award.

Bellingham has 30 goals contribution for Real this season, 20 goals and 10 assists, and even if he can replicate a modicum of this form it should be enough.

Injury looks likely to be the only thing that could hold him back, but Bellingham is comfortably the best player in the category, and perhaps one of the best as a whole in the tournament.

He is virtually the only man on the list absolutely guaranteed to start, and this massive influx of minutes, alongside his immense talent, makes him a sure-fire shoe in.

Jamal Muisala @5/1

Much has been touted for Jamal Muisala, who once wore the Three Lions on his chest, but instead decided to go and ply his trade for Germany instead. In this time has impressed, notably becoming the main man for Bayern Munich.

He has racked up an impressive 16 goal contributions this year alone, 10 goals and 6 assists, in 24 appearances for his club.

Similarly to Bellingham he looks set to be included in the starting XI, which he will need if he wants to secure this trophy, but this will have to be coupled with an impressive run out for Germany at the tourney.

Trickey feet, an eye for goal and the ability to create opportunities for his frontmen should see him in with a shot, especially if he gets the opportunity to play a false nine role.

Florian Wirtz @7/1

Germany has been floundering for some time now, as many of their best players are ageing or retired. But Flortian Wirtz could breathe new life into the German's forward line, at just 20 this is massively impressive.

He has 17 goals and a whopping 18 assists to his name on the season and is fresh off winning the Bundesliga with Bayer Leverkusen, in invincible fashion.

Few players can boast this kind of record coming into the tourney, and this should snake Florian a shoo-in to start. Should Germany go deep into the tournament Wirztz will be integral to this and could play his way into the accolade.

Eduardo Camavinga @10/1

Camavinga holds the mantle of being the only Frenchman on the list, but my goodness does he look good value right now.

Whilst central defensive midfielders may not earn all the plaudits he was truly excellent in the World Cup and aided his side magnificently, and should they have gone on to win the final, would've been in with a shot at the award.

He is presently one of the youngest players set to be included in the French side as well, and if they were to secure victory it would be hard to see it going anywhere else, with the majority of their players well over 23 years old.

This fact, and the overwhelming class of the French side, currently the second favourite in the betting, means if they went all the way the award would likely fall into his hands.

Pedri @10/1

Pedri may well have been the last winner of the Euro Young Player of the Tournament award, but he is still young enough to go again, potentially becoming the first player to ever win it twice, World Cups included.

Yet this would require the Spanish side to excel, something that seems a touch far-flung right, given that the squad is largely going to be made up of these sorts of youngsters.

Making it out of the groups seems likely, yet any further than this would require all of them to be on top form, of which Pedri would be the foremost.

Two-time winner would look great on his resume but this all hinges on the Spanish side's performance.