The Premier League is home to some of the top players in the world and even though these stars perform incredibly day in and day out, there still are many young players who get the press salivating thanks to their exploits.
Marcus Rashford was the player of the season, if you are a youngster, last time around as he bedazzled defences with his movement and even got himself a ticket for the Euro 2016 competition in France.
While the 18-year-old Manchester United star still has a long way to go and establish himself in the Premier League, we could see a few more stars who can replicate the United player’s impact. Here are three players who could do the same.
The Tottenham youngster has always been part of the youth system at Spurs and is extremely highly rated. Though he has played a few games for Spurs, he hasn’t been able to make himself a regular for the side.
Onomah is still 19 at the moment and he will be getting a lot of opportunities next season as Spurs play in the Champions League and the other domestic cups as well. The midfielder is one of the most talented youngsters at the moment and it would not be a surprise if he does do a Dele Alli next season for the London side.
He might not be a well-known player at the moment but if you are to ask any Liverpool supporter which player could make a huge impact next season, it has to be the attacker/winger Sheyi Ojo. Already an England U19 player, the Liverpool player made a few appearances at the end of last season and can be seen as the next Raheem Sterling, only with a better end result.
With great dribbling ability and speed to boot, he is the one player that Jurgen Klopp could use to fix the problem of no real wingers at the club next season. Ojo might be one player to keep an eye out for a side that should hit top gear under their German manager next season.
People might remember the name of Reece Oxford last season as he was the kid; yes the kid, who made Arsenal’s opening game at the Emirates a tough one. The West Ham youngster though hasn’t played a lot of football since then but he could be making a huge impact for the London club next season as Slaven Bilic has to deal with the Europa League as well.
The midfielder was incredible at the Emirates and it was a surprise not seeing him more often under Bilic. Maybe the Croatian manager did not want to mess around with a team that was clearly doing well. This season could be a different story as the 17-year-old could play a major role for the Hammers as they continue to perform well above expectations under Bilic.