Club: Bayer Leverkusen
Leverkusen’s two-footed diamond is like a mix between Mesut Ozil and Toni Kroos. Operating in the No.10 role, Kai crushed Bundesliga nets last season, scoring 17!
Not even 21 yet, Chelsea’s new fire forward is the captain of his country and ready to kick on in the Prem with his quick-sharp dribbling tek!
Club: Real Madrid
It’s no surprise that VJ is one of FIFA’s Volta poster boys – he’s a five-star baller that’s been fast-tracked to Real’s first team after just five games in their B team!
Club: Man. United
They don’t call AWB The Spider for nothing – his long, gangly legs always seem to be there ready to clear danger. He’s becoming one of the best full-backs in the world!
Club: Atletico Madrid
Atletico have a history of fire forwards – and they’ve just found another one. His 20 goals and eight assists for Benfica last term are reason enough to take him seriously!
Club: Borussia Dortmund
Sanch is a risk taker on and off the pitch. The dribbling king is killing it in Dortmund – he’s hit 16 goals and 20 assists in 58 games. Boom!
Trent’s assist-getting ability from deep puts him comfortably in our top five as arguably the best right-back in world football. The scary thing is there’s still more to come from him!
Club: Man. United
Rash burst on to the scene in 2016 and he’s never looked back. A huge 172 senior games (and 47 goals) later, he’s now one of the first names on the United teamsheets!
Matthijs De Ligt
His leadership that propelled Ajax to a league title and Champo League semi last season earned him a dream move to Juve. Now he’s mixing it with the best!
It almost feels wrong to call Kylian a wonderkid these days – with him being such a superstar. He’s scored more than 50 Ligue 1 goals, lifted the World Cup and won 24 individual awards already. Next stop? The Ballon d’Or!