5 Youngsters to Watch out in the 2019/20 Premier League Season
- Updated: August 20, 2019
The Premier League is now back with the 28th season. 20 teams in all – top seventeen of the last season along with the three newly promoted teams will play in the league. Norwich City, Sheffield United and Aston Villa are the three newly promoted teams which replaced Cardiff City, Fulham and Huddersfield Town. The summers were filled with exciting transfers and new introductions and finally the transfer window closed on Thursday as the Premier League Season began on Friday. Here are the top five players we are looking at, in the 2019-20 season
Rhian Brewster of Liverpool was awarded the Golden Boot and Bronze Ball in 2017 FIFA Under-17 World Cup and is definitely one of the young players to look forward to. He had to undergo two operations after suffering an ankle injury and required a year for recovery. Signed by Liverpool from Chelsea in 2015, Brewster is now back in form. Manager Jurgen Klopp intends to make full use of this talented striker after his mind blowing performance in pre-season with Liverpool.
Max Aarons was signed into the Norwich City first team at the beginning of 2018-19 season and was instrumental in Norwich City’s Championship victory and re-entry to the Premier League. This talented right-back has signed a five year contract with Norwich City and has emerged as one of the most highly rated young players. He was selected for the 2018-19 Championship Team of the season after playing 41 games in the second-tier last season and was awarded the 2018-19 EFL Young Player of the Season award. Aarons scored his first senior goal in EFL cup over Cardiff City on 28 August 2018.
Chelsea head coach, Frank Lampard is a big admirer of 20 year old mid-fielder, Mason Mount who registered 13 goals and assisted in 4 paving the way for the Rams to reach the play-off finals. He has now signed a new long term deal with Chelsea and is expected to be in the first season.
17 year old striker, Mason Greenwood, scored both against Leeds United and Inter Milan in the pre-season for Manchester United. In 2017-18, he was the top scorer in Under-18 Premier League North. He represented Manchester United in both Champions League and Premier League after his appearance in the last term and is the second youngest player to do so. People have their hopes pinned on the performance of this talented player in the season after the news of current striker, Romelu Lukaku planning to leave the club.
Eddie Nketiah scored 15 goals in 16 appearances for the Under-18s and 12 goals in 23 appearances for Under-23s during 2106-17 season. In 2017-18, after scoring 24 goals in consecutive seasons, Eddie made a significant mark on the first team with a match-winning brace at his home debut against Norwich City and certainly has a dazzling career ahead of him. He scored thrice in 19 appearances over two years after he was introduced in the senior squad. This talented player will certainly look for more openings to come his way in order to ascertain his worth after impressing the audience with three goals in the pre-season.
This season will certainly heat up with the inclusion of young talent and they will certainly be heralded as upcoming superstars for a whole new generation of fans to adore!