Moritz Leitner: Borussia Dortmund central midfielder with a silky touch and a great future ahead of him. An increased role in the first team should see rapid improvement this season.
Lucas Ocampos: Argentine flying winger now plying his trade in the beautiful Monaco. Amazing skill, but still lacking a final product.
Juan Iturbe: Has disappointed since making a high profile move to Porto, but the winger has the potential to be a world class player once he adapts to the European game.
Carlos Fierro: Already an established starter in the Mexican League, Guadalajara's Fierro is a buzzing forward who needs to develop a better finishing touch.
Nick Powell: The Manchester United midfielder has only made a couple of appearances since moving up from League Two, but showed immense composure and tactical awareness in the brief time given him.
Sergi Samper: Barcelona playmaker with a technical genius and ability to read the game unlike most his age. Unbelievable tactical nous and passing range has led some to describe Samper as a possible heir to Xavi.
Ryo Miyaichi: Currently on loan at Wigan from EPL side Arsenal, the Japanese winger Miyaichi's upside is off the charts. Better passing and crossing skills must be developed to balance his stunning pace.
M'Baye Niang: AC Milan prodigy who is a unique physical specimen for his age (17). The French striker is yet to make any real impact for the Italian side, but great days surely lie ahead.
Suso: Burgeoning Liverpool attacking playmaker with a technical ability typical of his native Spain. An increased role in Brendan Rodgers' youth-orientated team is sure to accelerate his development.