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Every Premier League season, new exciting young players breakout for the world to see. In recent years, the likes of Dele Alli, Harry Kane, and Marcus Rashford have all emerged as rising stars in the Premier League. The 2018-19 season will once again be the launching pad for young players. The only question is, which young players will the world discover this season?

Ryan Sessegnon – Fulham

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Ryan Sessegnon is the most exciting teenager to grace the Premier League in a while. At just 18, Sessegnon made his Fulham debut at the age of 16. Since then, he has been turning heads while every top Premier League club has tried to sign him. Sessegnon was a major part of Fulham’s second half Championship turnaround last season. He scored 15 goals and tallied six assists in 46 matches to help the Cottagers seal promotion in the playoffs. Many believe he is the next Gareth Bale. 

Diogo Jota – Wolverhampton Wanderers

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There is something special going on with Wolverhampton Wanderers. The team’s Portuguese revolution has continued this summer and most importantly, the club has made Diogo Jota a permanent player on its books. The Portuguese under-21 international was a key reason Wolves won the Championship last term. The attacking midfielder tallied 17 goals in 44 matches. The 21-year-old added a further six assists. Wolves could surprise everyone this season and Jota may be the best young player in the entire league.

Phil Foden – Manchester City

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Manchester City academy graduate Phil Foden is a rare breed. He is one of a select few to have been brought into the first team and not sold off to enable the club to buy high priced stars. If Foden has been kept around by manager Pep Guardiola, then the 18-year-old must be the real deal. Foden’s Premier League minutes were limited in 2017-18 to just 43. He did manage an assist and he received a league winner’s medal. This year, more is expected from Foden as Manchester City missed out on their big midfield transfer target Jorginho. Even though the Brazilian player didn’t join the team, they are still favorite to win the title.

Lucas Torreira – Arsenal

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Arsenal signed 22-year-old Lucas Torreira from Sampdoria this summer. The defensive midfielder had become a big part of the Italian team over the last two seasons. The Uruguayan cost the Gunners £27 million, but he is expected to be manager Unai Emery’s first choice in a pressing 4-3-3 formation. Torreira scored just four goals and added one assist last term. However, his real importance lies in breaking up play and winning the ball. According to Ladbrokes’odds, Arsenal will have to fight hard to get a rank in the top 4 clubs of the League this season.

Ademola Lookman – Everton

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Ademola Lookman is an extremely exciting winger that is in high demand. He joined the rising tide of young English players to join Bundesliga teams on loan due to limited opportunities in the Premier League. His move to RB Leipzig last January resulted in a brilliant return of five goals in 11 games. Now, Everton want the 20-year-old winger to be a part of the team’s future. However, Lookman is trying to force through a move back to Leipzig. Unlike the previous loan, Lookman is now being valued at £30m thanks to his play in Germany. If he’s supposed the future of Everton, a specialized Brazilian website also notice a young player to bet on in the Everton’s squad.