10) Max Meyer – Schalke
Meyer’s development has seen him overtake Julien Draxler as Schalke’s most highly rated youngster.
9) Marquinhos – PSG
PSG’s technically superb centre-back is destined for greatness.
8) Mateo Kovacic – Inter Milan
Heavily linked to us this summer, the Kovacic links have cooled in recent weeks since we acquired Firmino. His place on this list shows why Inter are do desperate to keep hold of him.
7) Memphis Depay – Manchester United
The second of three Man United players on this list, we hope Depay doesn’t find the form in England that saw him win the Golden Boot in the Dutch league last term.
6) Julian Brandt – Bayer Leverkusen
Capped at every German youth level, Brandt’s development is likely to see him make the senior side soon – as the winger continues to impress on the wing for Leverkusen.
5) Adnan Januzaj – Manchester United
We think the Belgian playmaker is overrated here, considering he can’t get anywhere near United’s first-team.
4) Leon Goretzka – Schalke
Another mesmerically talented young Schalke playmaker, it’ll be interesting to see which of Goretzka and Meyer develops into the better player.
3) Raheem Sterling – Liverpool
Our (for now) winger gets in at no.3 on this list, as we ready to sell him to Manchester City for between £40m and £50m. With everything that’s happened – we would have done well to get such a high price.
2) Martin Odegard – Real Madrid
Real Madrid signed the Norwegian Liverpool fan in January, and gave the 16-year-old his first minutes on the final day of the season.
1) Youri Tielemans – Anderlecht
Interestingly it’s Anderlecht’s central midfielder who comes out as the games most highly rated youngster with the most potential in world football. Tielemans is an automatic starter for a Champions League side and has only recently turned 18-years-old. His talent knows no ceiling.