The world of football is dominated by some big names in the sport. The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, and Antoine Griezmann will be the cover of the sport for a couple of years but there is a whole generation of superstars who are ready to take the next step towards bigger things in a couple of years. Almost every league in Europe has some raw players who are at the start of their career, who are sure to come good in the next few years. These players remain the future of the sport and now, more than ever, there is a vast amount of quality in this age group in Europe at the moment. Some of them have already established themselves for their clubs and countries but there are a number of stars who are in the making. Here are 5 such young superstars who are ready to take the world by a storm in the next few years.
Ben Woodburn (Liverpool; 17):
Already on the fringes of the senior side at Anfield and also the Welsh national side, Ben Woodburn is arguably the brightest youngster in the English Premier League at the moment. He is the second youngest player to score for Liverpool and also made his debut in the Premier League recently under Jurgen Klopp. He is in exceptional form for the U23s for Liverpool and is one of the next biggest things in Europe.