3. Phil Foden
Surprisingly described by Pep Guardiola as the most talented player he has ever managed, Foden is seen as the answer to England’s prayers in the number 10 department.
The 19-year-old struggled for game time last season, but towards the end of the campaign he began to find himself in the team more often. One stand-out moment included a diving header running in from the edge of the box. Going into the 2019/20 season, Manchester City and even England fans will hope to see Foden come of age.
2. Mason Greenwood
Mason Greenwood is a Manchester United fan favorite and they are desperate for the 17-year-old to get his shot in the squad. The striker has been brilliant in pre-season, performing with great pace.
Greenwood performed brilliantly last season too for the Under-18, with 26 goals and eight assists in all competitions. He even played in United’s final game of the season and was arguably their man of the match. With the departure of Lukaku, Greenwood will be hoping that he will be able to rack up some more first-team appearances next season
1. Mason Mount
The 20-year-old wonderkid is highly rated by manager Frank Lampard, who also took him under his wing at Derby. With a transfer ban and a lack of real creative talent at Chelsea, there is no doubt that Mason Mount will have his chance to make a real impact.
Impressive in the Championship last season, Mount scored eight goals and got five assists in the league, and in general was a constant thorn in the side of opposition defenders. There is no doubt that he will be a player to watch next season.