Elias Abouchabaka

Elias Abouchabaka

 

Country: Germany/Morocco

Date of birth: 31/03/2000 (17 years old)

Place of birth: Berlin (Germany)

Height: —

Youth career: SV Blau-Weiss Berolina Mitte, Hertha BSC, RB Leipzig (since 2015)

Current club: RB Leipzig

Squad number: 40

Current national team: Germany U-17

Position: central midfielder, attacking midfielder, winger

Preferred foot: left

Market value (by transfermarkt.de): —

Tournaments participated in: 2017 UEFA European Under-17 Championship qualification elite round (3/5), 2017 UEFA European Under-17 Championship (5/3)

Contract until: 30.06.2018

Player’s agent: unknown

Transfer rumours: —

Similar type of player: James Rodríguez

 

Strengths:

– creativity Untitled1

– ball control Untitled1

– dribbling Untitled1

– passing Untitled1

– technique Untitled

– vision Untitled

– flair Untitled

– pace & acceleration Untitled

– long shots Untitled

 

Weaknesses:

– if he improves his ambidexterity he will become even more dangerous

 

Style of play:

– advanced playmaker/number ’10’

– player with good body mass ratio, physical strength, power, stamina and natural fitness who feels comfortable in contact situations

– likes to be fielded in a free role as an attacking midfielder, where he is given space to roam the pitch

– likes to roam around in the space between the opposition’s midfield and defence

– creative player with very good technical ability, 1vs1 short-dribbling skills, close ball control, fast direction shifts in possession and vision to make through passes to the teammates providing dynamism to the team’s last offensive third plays

– capable both of creating chances for team-mates, as well as scoring goals himself, due to his vision and ability to play off of other players

– likes to dribble

– likes to shoot from distance

– likes to come a bit deeper to get the ball

– known for his “quick feet”, speed of movement and dynamism

– creative at his off-the-ball movements, and likes to find the best space to receive the ball with good timings, linking up the team’s midfield and attack

– able to deliver pin-point passes and crosses

– displays a natural technique to take fast decisions in tight spaces/press-resistant player

– plays with a natural flair and is dangerous in the box

– very strong in 1v1 situations, unpredictable and very confident of his skills

– often makes surging runs into penalty box

– avoids using weaker foot

– competent set-piece taker

 

He is best suited to playing as:

Attacking midfielder in 4-2-3-1.

 

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Achievements:

 

League summary (as for 13 August 2017):

No senior team appearances yet.

 

Description:

Elias Abouchabaka joined RB Leipzig youth academy from Hertha in 2015. RBL is a club which invests large money in its first team, but does not omit its youth academy, which signs very talented players from all over Germany and Europe. Elias represented his country at the European Under-17 Championship, where young Germans made it to the semi-final, but got knocked out by a very strong Spain team. He was promoted to the first team before 2017/2018 and impressed a lot during pre-season and it is almost certain that he will make his senior debut for ”Die Roten Bullen” very soon.

 

Quotes:

“It is easy to see why Abouchabaka was in demand. Being a left-footed number 10, he will inevitably draw comparisons with current Germany international Mesut Özil. But the Berlin native seems more direct, capable of driving runs from deep and providing a serious goal threat in his own right.”

(bundesliga.com)

 

Football Talent Scout potential rating:

9/10   BallBallBallBallBallBallBallBallBall

Player has potential to become a key player in a top European club.

 

Links:

Transfermarkt

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