The European Championships are just over a week away, and the tournament is set to be the highlight of the summer following the conclusion of the club season. With the squads being announced, here are the top 5 youngsters who could make a name for themselves when the competition kicks off.
Phil Foden (England)
The 21-year-old is the highest rated player on the list, and recently made it to the finals of the Champions League with Manchester City. He is capable of performing a variety of attacking roles, and his all round brilliance, with his deadly finishing in particular, making him an incredible player for England to finally win some silverware.
Jamal Musiala (Germany)
Although Musiala represented England on various youth levels, he has chosen to play for Germany on the senior level. The 18-year-old has been remarkable for Bayern Munich, and has scored 6 goals in 7 appearances in the Bundesliga as the Bavarians lifted their ninth shield in a row.
Ryan Gravenberch (Netherlands)
The Oranje will be competing in their first big tournament since the 2014 World Cup, and their return under Frank De Boer is brought about with a plethora of young talent. The Ajax midfielder will join fellow graduates Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs De Ligt as they attempt to secure qualification to the next round.
Aside from Ansu Fati, Pedri is the highest valued teenager in the world. And the opportunity given to him by former Barcelona and current Spain boss Luis Enrique is a great opportunity for him to show the continent what he can do when given the chance to shine.
Dejan Kulusevski (Sweden)
In the absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the young Swedish winger has some big shoes to fill. However, he has shown his brilliance at Juventus, Parma and Atalanta and a strong showing at the Euros would cement his place as one of the brightest young talents in the world.