9. Arkadiusz Milik (22) – Poland (Ajax)
The 22 year old Poland number 7 has had a promising season at Ajax scoring 24 goals in 42 appearances at the club. Milik has a strong left foot, an instinct of a finisher, and a serious appetite for goals. With arguably the best striker in the world, Robert Lewandowski, playing right in front of him and most players being on the lookout for the Bayern Munich forward, Milik has a serious chance to shine under Lewandowski’s shadows.
10. Granit Xhaka (23) – Switzerland (Arsenal)
A creative midfielder, sculpting play from the heart of midfield, Granit Xhaka was key interests of Premier League clubs. Arsenal was finally able to snub him from Borussia Monchengladbach for a huge fee of around £30million. The man once labelled “young Schweinsteiger” by ex-Swiss chief Hitzfeld, the youngster has risen to the challenge of leading Gladbach. Being a great leader and an excellent player, Xhaka’s pairing with his fellow Swiss International teammate Xherdan Shaqiri, Xhaka is a hot young prospect, destined to shine in the Premier League this season.