Bernd Leno (born in Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany) is a German football player who plays as a goalkeeper for Bayer Leverkusen. He began his career to joined with youth team SV Germania Bietigheim in 2009 leaving aside. In May 2011 Leno signed a contract with VFB Stuttgart ,that club will keeps him until 2014 and quickly moved to Bayer 04 Leverkusen on a five-months loan in August 2011. Whereas he made his Bundesliga debut against SV Werder Bremen after that he became the third goalkeeper in Bundesliga who was keeping a clean sheet in his first three games at the age of 19 years as well as he was the youngest German goalkeeper ever to play in a Champions League games against Chelsea in the season 2011-12 UEFA Champions League group stage. Finally he signed again and made a permanent deal with Bayer Leverkusen which will keeps him until 2017. Although Bernd Leno has played at Germany Under-17, Under-18 and Under-19 levels.
Why David de Gea is not the best young goalkeeper in Europe
It’s hardly been the most enjoyable season for Manchester United, but there has been one shining light among the dark clouds looming over Old Trafford – some of David De Gea’s performances this season have shown how much the 23-year-old has developed into a top-quality goalkeeper. When the Spaniard moved to Manchester in 2011 the [...]The post How The Stats Indicate That De Gea Is Not The Best Young Keeper In Europe appeared first on Squawka News.
Top 10 young Bundesliga talents 2013-14 : Mid-season report
Before the start of all the football action in August, we listed down some of the best young talents who you should watch-out for across Europe’s top 5 leagues, in our Top 10 Series. The list lacked the obvious choices who you’d [literally] be watching anyway, but rather went ahead and listed the comparative ’unknowns’ who […]The post Top 10 Young Bundesliga Talents 2013-2014 | Mid Season Report appeared first on Outside of the Boot.