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Isaac Babadi

The Dutch press have already hailed Babadi as a future star of this generationr, with the PSV Eindhoven player catching the eye with a number of impressive displays for youth team Jong PSV. The 17-year-old midfielder already has 8 caps for the Dutch under-17 international side, scoring two goals, and his versatility as a forward or midfielder has attracted several top teams' interest.

Roony Bardghji

If Roony Bardghji is not a name you're familiar with now, you should probably get used to hearing it! Roony Bardghji is a talented Kuwait-born midfielder currently playing in Denmark for Copenhagen, and at the age of just 16-years-old has already helped himself to a place in the Danish Superliga side's first team.

Devyne Rensch

Having already made his debut for the Netherlands' international side, Devyne Rensch is already no stranger to playing at the very top. The Ajax right-back has emerged as one of the brightest young players in the Eredivisie in recent seasons, and the 19-year-old proudly already considers the right-back position in Ajax's first team as his own.

Noah Katterbach

The impressive rise of FC Koln's left-back Noah Katterbach has caught the eye of several top European sides, with scouts having been deployed to monitor the 19-year-old's progress in the German domestic league. Kotterbach has already appeared for Germany's under-20 side and is considered to be a long-term full international.

Dominik Szoboszlai

RB Leipzig may be one of Germany's least popular football teams, but if it comes down to organisation and forward-thinking, the East German club are one of the best in the world at securing top, young talent. 

Emanuel Vignato

19-year-old midfielder Emanuel Vignato has caught the eye so far this season for Serie B side Chievo, having played as a first-team regular for the Italian club. The midfielder has been tipped for eventual international honours for his country.

Billy Koumetio

Liverpool snapped up Billy Koumetio from French club Orleans at the turn of the year after the Anfield club's backroom staff spotted the impressive young centre-back on a scouting mission. Koumetio, who is a powerful and very able defender currently playing for Liverpool's under-18 side, could go on to be one of the best defenders in the world.

Ryan Gravenberch

A lot comes with the label "the next big thing to come out of Ajax's Academy", particularly if you see the likes of De Ligt and Frankie De Jong who have both moved on to Barcelona and Juventus. However, Ryan Gravenberch is seen as one of the brightest young players in Amsterdam and the youngster has already been making an impression in the Eredivisie.

Nassim Boujellab

Nassim Boujellab has emerged through the ranks at Gelsenkirchen side Schalke in recent years, having impressed for the club's second string side the 20-year-old now finds himself in the club's first team squad. Boujellab, who is comfortable playing anywhere in the midfield but his preferred position is in a central role, has already appeared for Morocco's youth international team.

Nicolo Barella

Italian international midfielder Nicolo Barella is one of the brightest young prospects in Serie A, currently playing for Cagliari in Serie A, but expected to soon move elsewhere. The highly rated youngster has already appeared 7 times for Italy's national team, and is expected to fill the gap left by Italian great Andrea Pirlo.

Houssem Aouar

French-Algerian midfielder Houssem Aouar is considered one of Europe's best young attacking talents. The Lyon star's hero is fellow French-Algerian footballer Zinedine Zidane, and for many Aouar has modelled himself as a player on the French World Cup winning legend.

Tahith Chong

Manchester United wonderkid Tahith Chong had caught the eye of many football scouts across the world before deciding to make a move to Old Trafford, with United beating Real Madrid and Juventus to sign the Curacao-born teenager in 2016. The 18-year-old now looks set to burst on to the scene at United, with the club ready to put the youngster in the first-team over the coming weeks.

Panagiotis Retsos

Highly rated defender Panagiotis Retsos is making waves in the Bundesliga. The talented defender, who currently players for German club Bayer Leverkusen, has caught the eye with a number of impressive displays for his club and despite having only just turned 20-years-old, Retsos has already made 5 apperances for Greece's full national team.

Mariano Diaz

“It’s just a number,” Mariano Díaz said. But it isn’t. Over on the touchline, the fourth official held up the board.

Moise Kean

Italian striker Moise Kean is sure to be a household name in the years to come. The 18-year-old striker, who currently plays for Serie A giants Juventus, is widely considered to be one of the best young players in Europe.

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