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Maxim Dekker

Prodigious defensive talent Maxim Dekker is seen as one of Europe's best young defenders, with the AZ Alkmaar player rumoured to be attracting interest from several Premier League sides. Dekker has come through the ranks at AZ and has appeared at every youth level for the Netherlands.

Elias Jelert

FC Copenhagen have an emerging talent within their ranks in right-back Elias Jelert, the 20-year-old defender that has caught the eye in his first full season as a starting XI member of the club's side. Now a full Denmark international, the player continues to catch the eye in the Danish Superliga.

Tommaso Baldanzi

An emerging talent in Serie A, Italy youth international Tommaso Baldanzi has been making waves at Empoli since forcing his way into the club's starting XI in 2020. The 20-year-old attacking midfielder has represented Italy at every single youth level and currently plays for the under-21 side.

Andreas Schjelderup

19-year-old starlet Andreas Schjelderup is one to watch in the future, as the Norway youth international has finally forced his way into Benfica's future plans despite a loan spell in Denmark with Nordsjaelland.  Benfica paid a reported 15 million euros for Schjelderup, and the left winger who can also play up front or behind a striker, is seen as a huge prospect.

Bedredine Bouanani

If ever there was a potential successor to Zinedine Zidane, in Badredine Bounanani French Ligue 1 side Nice have one. The talented Lille-born forward has emerged through Lille's youth team before making a transfer to current club Nice in 2022, and the 18-year-old is fast proving himself to be one of Europe's best up and coming talents.

Salif Abdul Samed

23-year-old midfielder Salif Abdul Samed has caught the eye with recent performances for French side Lens. Last season, the Ligue 1 outfit massively outperformed their own expectations and Samed happened to be the hidden secret star at the base of the French club's midfield.

Manu Kone

Considered one of France's brightest young prospects, Manu Kone began his career in his homeland with numerous sides such as Paris FC, Boulogne-Billancourt before finally transferring to Toulouse in 2016. A few years later, he had already forced his way into Toulouse's first-team and the eyes of Europe watched as this now 22-year-old midfielder captivated Ligue 1 with numerous impressive displays.

Rayan Cherki

Rayan Cherki is an attacking midfielder currently playing for Ligue 1 club Lyon, and the 19-year-old has captured the interest of Premier League club Chelsea during the 2022/23 transfer window after a number of impressive performances in the French top flight last season.

Adrien Truffert

French left-back Adrien Truffert has already appeared once for the France national side, and that trust bestowed upon him by manager Didier Deschamps is indicative of the talent the Rennes star possessess. The 5 foot 9 left-back has caught the eye in Ligue 1 with a number of wonderful displays, and numerous top clubs have been monitoring the defender's progress.

Isaac Babadi

The Dutch press have already hailed Babadi as a future star of this generation, 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.

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