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Top 5 youngsters who can become stars in Premier League in 20/21

Some of the youngest players are catching the attention of the viewers now and then. Here we look at the top 5 youngsters who can become stars in the Premier League in 20/21.

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Last updated: 20.09.2020
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The return of Premier League football last week after the shortest of end-season breaks comes as a welcome relief to most fans across the globe who will be on the edge of their seats every week from now to catch a glimpse of their favourite teams and stars in action.

Along with the veterans gracing the pitch, some of the youngest players are catching the attention of the viewers now and then. Today we will be taking a look at some of the players who could become stars by the end of this season.


Bukayo Saka:

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Bukayo Saka is one of Arsenal’s most exciting players at the minute. Only 20, he burst into the scene under Mikel Arteta last season. While making his debut as a left-winger, he’s also been used at left-back, left-midfield, attacking midfield and right-wing. At the pace he is improving, Arteta will have to find a defined role for the youngster. Saka was adept at creating chances for others, recording three assists in the Premier League. He was unstoppable in the Europa League, scoring twice with five assists in six appearances as one of the most impressive players in the competition.


Reece James:

The young right-back made 37 appearances in all competitions last season and finished it as the starter. With Cesar Azpilicueta getting older and playing lesser as a result, James is likely to be one of the few academy graduates to get regular game time this season. It’s expected that he will push on in his second full season at the club. He also got 2 goals and 4 assists in the season and made most out of his starts.


Mason Greenwood:

The Red Devils have a lot younger look to them nowadays, yet there is no looking past Mason Greenwood at the moment. The 18-year old made his first-team debut back in 2018-19, yet provided more noticeable performances in the first - team last season. He built up himself as a regular, post-lockdown in an energizing front three, and scored ten goals in the Premier League and 17 in all matches. Presently the bearer of the No 11 shirt, his advancement will be energizing to observe even amid the publicity.


Phil Foden:

With David Silva leaving Manchester City after 10 years of distinguished service, the onus will fall onto Stockport born Phil Foden to fill up that hole. His function in the first team has expanded consistently in the course of the past few years, as he has been waiting for his chance. However, after a period of increased game time in 2019-20, he will want to additionally push on this season. Manchester City could do more awful than having a local born teenager be a regular first-teamer. He is good with both feet, technically good enough to have Guardiola gushing with pride and competition in the team.


Ruben Vinagre:

The 21-year-old is one of the Wolves’ most promising players and flashed his raw potential last season, even averaging an outstanding two interceptions per game when receiving regular playing time in the Europa League. In the Premier League, the versatile left wing-back averaged 3.4 tackles per 90 minutes, ranking 10th in the league in this statistic. And having been dribbled past only 0.5 times per game, Vinagre was the only player in the league with at least three tackles per 90 to have been dribbled past 0.5 times or less per 90 minutes. In the Premier League, the versatile left wing-back averaged 3.4 tackles per 90 minutes, ranking 10th in the league. And having been dribbled past only 0.5 times per game, Vinagre was the only player in the league with at least three tackles per 90 to have been dribbled past 0.5 times or less per 90 minutes.

 

Honourable Mentions: -

Tariq Lamptey, Gabriel Martinelli, Dwight Mcneil, Ethan Ampadu, Ryan Sessegnon, Rayhaan Tulloch, Max Aarons, Hamza Choudhury, Brandon Williams, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Moise Kean, Dean Henderson.

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