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Norwegian starlet Iver Fossum may not be a household name to many yet, but the midfielder has only recently completed a move from his home country to join German side Hannover 96 and is already playing regularly.
Gianluigi Donnarumma this season has broken into AC Milan's first team as their goalkeeper of choice and there are rumours that the talented 17-year-old could be headed to Euro 2016 this summer.
Farouk Miya may not be household name in world football, but he has made great strides with the Ugandan national side. The 18-year-old has notched an impressive tally of 12 goals in 23 appearances for the Cranes.
The fact that one of the world's best young players hails from Iraq might come as a surprise to many, but in his homeland the recent successes of Humam Tariq is no shock. Humam Tariq is the Middle East's best player already at the tender age of 19.
17-year-old FC Twente starlet Bilal Ould-Chikh has already been compared with legendary Dutch international Arjen Robben. The 5 foot 6 winger is expected to be one of the Netherlands' best footballers of his generation.
Manchester United used to be the place where young players always want to play and flourish. And, the unwritten rule, was that players moving out of the club - voluntarily or otherwise, find it difficult elsewhere. Till, Paul Pogba, at least. The talented Frenchman went on a free transfer to Juventus in the summer of 2012 and became one of the hottest prospects in world football.
Jeremie Boga is a French attacking midfielder who currently plays for Chelsea under-21s. Boga joined Chelsea as an under 12 player and has since developed into an accomplished midfielder. Although, he has only recently just turned 18, Boga is already beginning to look like a quality player. He has represented France at under-16, under-17 and under 19 levels.
Adama Traore is yet another starlet to have emerged from Barcelona. In recent seasons, the likes of Munir and Sergi Samper have come through the ranks, hot on the heels of the likes of Marc Bartra and in years prior to that, Lionel Messi. Adama Traore looks to be yet another excellent prospect fresh out of the Camp Nou.
Josimar is yet another youngster to have come out of Barcelona's fabled La Masia academy, and this kid looks to be the real deal.
Feyenoord attacking midfielder Rick Kardsorp is one of the Netherlands' most highly rated young prospects. Karsdorp has come through the ranks at De Kuip and is now being considered for the Dutch full national team.
Nathan Ake, currently of Chelsea, is a young player with a lot of promise despite only being 19 years old.
Lazar Markovic is one of Europe's hottest prospects, and has been showing how good he is already in Portuguese football with Benfica.
20-year-old Kenneth Omeruo is fast building himself a reputation. The Nigerian international took part in this summer's World Cup and proved to be a tough tackling defender capable of competing with the best.
Scottish wonder-kid and now former Dundee United midfielder, Ryan Gauld has been dubbed the 'Scottish Messi' by some in Scotland and throughout the UK. Many of the top clubs around Europe had been scouting the Aberdeen-born Gauld, and on the 2nd of July 2014 it has been confirmed that Gauld had signed for Sporting Lisbon on a six-year contract with a reported whopping 60 million-euro release clause.
21-year-old defensive midfielder Lorenzo Crisetig is a name that has been on the lips of Italian football pundits for over three years. The Italy under-21 international, who currently plays for Inter Milan, has yet to make his debut first team appearance. But there are high hopes for this individual in the future after two successful loan spells at Spezia and Crotone.