Date of birth: 26/01/1999 (17 years old)
Place of birth: Belgium
Youth career: Sefa Sp. Herentals, VC Herentals, FC Ezaart Mol, FC Dessel Sport, Lyra TSV, Lierse SK, Club Brugge (since 2015)
Current club: Club Brugge
Squad number: —
Current national team: Belgium U-19
Position: defensive midfielder, central midfielder
Preferred foot: right
Market value (by transfermarkt.de): —
Tournaments participated in: 2016 UEFA European Under-17 Championship qualification elite round (3/0), 2016 UEFA European Under-19 Championship (3/0), UEFA Youth League 2016/2017 (4/0)
Contract until: unknown
Player’s agent: unknown
Transfer rumours: —
Similar type of player: Casemiro
– physical strength
– tackling and intercepting
No significant weaknesses.
Style of play:
– holding midfielder
– functions best when placed at the base of a midfield three or as a holding midfielder
– player with good body mass ratio, power, stamina and natural fitness who feels comfortable in contact situations
– well-rounded, powerful, hard-working, physically strong player
– his deeper position on the pitch allows him to support more creative or offensive team-mates defensively by breaking up the opposition’s attacks
– likes to play short passes
– possesses significant upper-body strength
– concentrated player with very good reading of the game and anticipation
– very good at breaking down opposition plays due to his positional sense, defensive attributes, and tactical intelligence
– able to keep the ball under pressure and hold up play thanks to strong physique and decent technique
– very good tackler, and a tactically intelligent midfielder, gifted with good ball skills, distribution, ability to read the game and vision
He is best suited to playing as:
Defensive midfielder in 4-3-3.
League summary (as for 10 December 2016):
No senior team appearances yet.
Daouda Peeters is an incredibly strong defensive midfielder, who joined Club Brugge youth academy in 2015 from Lierse. Currently he is considered to be one of the most talented Belgian players from 1999, alongside such youngsters as Indy Boonen, Mile Svilar, Francesco Antonucci, Thibaud Verlinden and Adrien Bongiovanni. In 2016 he played at the U-17 European Championships. He took part in all of the group stage matches, but was suspended for the quarterfinal game against Germany for yellow card accumulation.
Football Talent Scout potential rating:
First team material in a top European club.