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Josh Tymon

When Josh Tymon rejected Hull City in favour of a five-year contract at Stoke City, Hull's club management were up in arms. Understandably so, as they may have lost one of the brightest young English defensive talents in a decade. 

Kai Havertz

Lauded in Germany as the future of the national team, Kai Havertz has burst on to the scene for Bayer Leverkusen in stunning fashion over the past 12 months. Representing his country at every youth level, Havertz is hopeful that continued success for club is likely to reward the youngster with an opportunity to represent the German full national team.

Atakan Akkaynak

Bayer Leverkusen have produced some of Germany's best young players in recent times and have brought through yet another wonderkid in midfielder Atakan Akkaynak. The 18-year-old central midfielder, comfortable playing in defensive or offensive positions, is one of the best young players in Germany and has represented the country's under-17's, 18's and 16's sides.

Dominic Solanke

Dominic Solanke has had a busy summer. Playing an important role in the England under-20 side that won the World Cup was followed by him making the move from Chelsea to Liverpool. Fans of the Anfield club have been impressed with what they have seen from the teenager so far, so could he go on to become a Liverpool great?

Filippo Melegoni

As a child, Filippo Melegoni's favourite player was Juventus star Zinedine Zidane and Man Utd legend David Beckham. This 18-year-old has the makings of becoming world class, too. 

Emanuel Mammana

Centre back Emanuel Mammana is a powerful defender currently playing in Ligue 1 for Lyon. Having made the breakthrough for Argentinian giants River Plate, Mammana made the move to France in 2016 and has since forced his way into Lyon's first team.

Johannes Eggestein

Johannes Eggestein has been touted as one of Germany's best young attacking prospects in decades, despite his age of just 19. The 6-foot striker is expected to play a hugely important role for Werder Bremen's first team for the 2017/18 season.

Santiago Ascacibar

Argentinian defensive midfielder Santiago Ascacibar has emerged as one of South America's finest young players. The 20-year-old, currently playing for Estudiantes La Plata, has been linked with a move to three of Europe's biggest clubs.

Philipp Ochs

Hoffenheim younger Philipp Ochs, 20, is a product of his club's excellent youth academy which has brought through dozens of talented young players in recent years. The 5 foot 8 winger has in recent times forced his way into Hoffeinheim's first team.

Bartlomiej Dragowski

Goalkeeping talent Bartłomiej Drągowski is yet another highly rated young shot stopper to have emerged from Poland. The 6 foot 3 keeper has recently joined Serie A side Fiorentina from his youth side Jagiellonia Bialystok and is currently playing for the Viola's youth and reserve sides.

Ben Brereton

Ben Brereton has emerged on the senior football scene this season at Championship side Nottingham Forest. At the age of just seventeen, several big clubs have shown interest in the talented youngster, including Manchester United, Liverpool and Everton. 

Predrag Rajkovic

Inspiring goalkeeper Predrag Rajkovic is expected to become one of the best goalkeepers in the world. Aged just 21, the full Serbian international is currently playing in Israel for Maccabi Tel Aviv and is eventually expected to make the step up to one of Europe's biggest leagues.

Iver Fossum

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

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

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.

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