As the next season is waiting to arrive, it will bring with itself a whole lot of expectations and aspirations. Manchester City will be looking to regain the title they have lost to their bitter rivals this season, United will be going through maximum uncertainties as a new manager takes charge after 26 years of Ferguson era, Chelsea will expect to become the “Special One” among the clubs, Arsenal will be eager to flex their financial muscles and again bring back the golden days, Liverpool will hope that Rodgers’ theories on paper finally reflects on the field and Spurs would be pleading to be into that top four at last. But the next season will also be very important for the three youngsters mentioned below, a season that will shape their career in the long run.
The 20 year old player will feature in the Premier League for the first time and everyone’s eyes will be on him to figure out why Sir Alex Ferguson hailed him with such high regard. He has already proved his ability at the Championship and now he will try and leave his mark at the Premier League. His pace and dribbling has always been a threat for the opponents and now at United he will hope to break into the first team from the very beginning under Moyes. This season is therefore one of the most vital for the winger and it may pave way for a very successful partnership between the player and the club for a very long time to come.
It is not without a reason that Chelsea have targeted this defender as the long term replacement for Ashley Cole. This 17 year old starlet has been very impressive for Southampton and the next season he would certainly want to validate his title of “the next big thing”. It would be best for him, though, to continue at his present club for a couple of more seasons and then finally make the big switch.
If Begovic decides to leave Stoke next season, trust one Butland to stand tall in his place. The January signing for Stoke has already turned heads in the lower division playing for Birmingham City and now he could have the same impact in the Premier League. The 20 year old shotstopper is definitely a star for the future and there will be lots of keen eyes watching his performance closely.