The Carabao cup returns this week and premier league clubs set to use youngsters and rest some players in the first team. Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are in competition for Carabao cup.
Pep Guardiola said that he will use youngsters in the Carabao cup because some of the players have injuries and he has trust on them.
Here are youngsters to look in the Carabao cup this week.
1 Kaide Gordon from Liverpool.
The 16 year old is looking to follow Trent Alexander_Arnold, Curtis Jones and Harvey Elliot in establishing themselves among the senior squad. Gordon joined Liverpool from Derby County in January but is already in the line to join first team.
2. Charlie Patino from Arsenal.
He trained with Arsenal and he performed well with the first team. Mikel Arteta may give him a chance in the first team against Wimbledon.
3. Cole Palmer from Manchester City.
The 19 year old started at Wembley in the Community Shield and he may included in the first team against Wycombe.
4. Anthony Elanga from Manchester United.
￼Elanga who scored against QPR and Brentford during the pre_ season and impressed Manchester United board and decided not to loan him out. He may be given a chance in the first team against Westham in the Carabao cup.
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