100. Alex Grimaldo, Barcelona
Grimaldo won't be signing a new deal with Barcelona due to a lack of first-team opportunities, and A Bola (h/t Sport Witness) believe Premier League clubs are queuing up to offer him an exit path. He is one of the most talented youngsters to emerge from La Masia in years.
UPDATE: Barcelona announced Benfica have snapped him up for a bargain €1.5 million. Can he usurp regular Eliseu and improve the left side?
99. Max Arnold, Wolfsburg
Progressing nicely into an energetic, box-to-box midfielder at Wolfsburg and will have machinations to gatecrash the German Euro 2016 squad. Joachim Low may be a little light in midfield as it stands.
98. Alvas Powell, Portland Timbers
A sturdy, impressive right-back who is perhaps flying under the radar a little despite having lifted the MLS Cup with Portland in 2015.
97. Mitchell Weiser, Hertha Berlin
Released by Bayern Munich in the summer, Weiser is showing his worth at Hertha. Only 21 years of age, his development via first-team football is something others should be watching closely.
96. Ayoze Perez, Newcastle United
“It is incredible,” Ayoze Perez said of the rumours linking him to Manchester United, per IB Times UK (h/t Chronicle Live). No one has signed him as yet, but he could be an under-the-radar move for Premier League clubs given the expected shortage of available January strikers.
95. Jonathan Tah, Bayer Leverkusen
A hulking beast of a centre-back, Tah is making good on his potential by excelling in a complicated Roger Schmidt system at Bayer Leverkusen.
94. Moussa Dembele, Fulham
Dembele came close to extending his contract with Fulham this year but opted against it, and can now move freely this summer (compensation will apply). Where will he end up?
93. Felix Passlack, Borussia Dortmund
Passlack may be fast-tracked into the BVB first-team in 2016 after tearing up the youth leagues. He can play anywhere from No. 10 to right-back and has a knack of scoring goals.
92. Marko Rog, Dinamo Zagreb
Rog is Dinamo's record signing (approx. €5 million), and for a Croatian club to spend that sort of money, they must be pretty convinced of their talent (and sell-on value). You've already seen him if you watched Dinamo tackle Arsenal this year.
91. Ali Mabkhout, Al Jazira
We've already seen one player depart Al Jazira and impress in the Premier League (Manuel Lanzini), and if there is to be a second, it will be Mabkhout. Goal machine, scorer of important strikes.