Next week on FIFA.com

Just like every Sunday, we whet your appetite with a sneak peek at what is on the menu on FIFA.comin the days ahead.

Who will be the next Diego Maradona, Raul, Ronaldinho, Lionel Messi or Paul Pogba? These distinguished names all shone at the FIFA U-20 World Cup, the 2017 instalment of which is currently in full swing over in Korea Republic. Between now and the final on 11 June, you have a perfect opportunity to feast your eyes on the latest crop of bright young talents. With round-ups, analysis, reaction, photos, videos and more, FIFA.com will be pulling out all the stops to help you follow the action closely.

If you like the idea of discovering future greats of the beautiful game before anyone else, you have another treat in store for you this week in Switzerland, in the shape of the 79th edition of the Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup. This competition will pit youth teams from some of the top clubs on the planet against one another at Zurich's Buchlern sports complex on 24 and 25 May.

Moving on to established stars, a host of heavyweights will be heading to Russia for the FIFA Confederations Cupin a few weeks' time, before returning there for next summer's FIFA World Cup™. In the meanwhile, FIFA.com will be continuing to build up to the big kick-off in the Tournament of Champions. We will be hearing from Denis Glushakovabout Russia's ambitions both on and off the pitch, as well as talking to Marco Etcheverryabout Bolivia's golden generation and looking back at the country's last appearance on the big stage, which came at the 1999 Confederations Cup.

Five senior World Cup campaigns in charge of five different nations. Bora Milutinovic's record-breaking achievement looks unlikely to be surpassed any time soon and we will be exploring his extraordinary love affair with the global extravaganza this week.

Here at FIFA.com, we pride ourselves on giving you an insight into all forms of the game in all four corners of the globe. On this note, dispatches from the likes of South Sudanand Papua New Guineawill notably be coming your way in the coming days. As ever, you can also look forward to a wealth of women's football coverage, all the latest news on FIFA and our customary batch of exclusive interviews, videos and photos – not to mention all of our regular features. Have a fantastic week full of football.