Another Premier League season is on the verge of kicking off once again as Manchester City bid for a third straight title.
The Citizens pipped Liverpool to the crown in 2018/19 season while Huddersfield, Fulham and Cardiff were relegated.
The 28th edition of the Premier League will produce all sorts of drama for all 20 teams.
But which Premier League youngsters should fans keep an eye on in the 2019/20 campaign?
talkSPORT.com has identified ten wonderkids who are set for a breakthrough season.
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The boy wonder at Old Trafford has a phenomenal goalscoring record in youth football and many feel it’s time for him to make the step up.
The 17-year-old netted 26 goals in 30 appearances last season across various youth and senior competitions for Manchester United and, following a fine pre-season with goals against Leeds United and Juventus, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted he could start the league opener against Chelsea.
Solskjaer said: “He [Greenwood] has a chance to start against Chelsea. I won’t say it is not a possibility. It is a good possibility if he keeps going as he does.”
Another man who has made his case for a starting place in that opening fixture at Old Trafford is Chelsea starlet Mount.
The attacking midfielder conveniently spent last season on loan at Derby, where new Blues boss Frank Lampard was in charge.
His impressive performances earned him an England call-up and he played a pivotal role during Derby’s run to the Play-Off final.
The 20-year-old has scored three goals in pre-season, but he faces stiff competition for the No.10 spot, with fellow Englishman Ross Barkley also impressing ahead of the new campaign.
There was thought to be a limit to Arsenal’s budget in the transfer market this summer and it allowed their young players to try and make an impact in pre-season.
One player who has given a good account of himself is forward Nketiah, who has even chipped in with a couple of goals in pre-season, including a winner against Bayern Munich.
However, the 20-year-old will have to work his socks off in order to get into the starting XI when the competitive football starts as strikers Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette are well-established at the club, and now Nicolas Pepe has arrived at the Emirates.
He made a handful of appearances in Tottenham’s first-team last season and this term is the perfect opportunity for him to kick on.
Midfielder Skipp has had a decent pre-season for Spurs, having featured in their matches against Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Juventus.
There may be opportunities for the 18-year-old next season particularly in the Carabao and FA Cup.
The goalkeeper is a Manchester United player, however, he will be playing for newly-promoted Sheffield United after signing a season-long loan deal.
Henderson, 22, excelled last season on loan at Bramall Lane as the Blades finished second in the Championship and he’s viewed highly by Red Devils boss Solskjaer.
Solskjaer said: “We have great faith in Dean’s ability, he has huge potential and his spirit and passion will stand him in good stead this year.”
Given Sheffield United will be up against it in some matches this season, Henderson will have opportunities to showcase his talents.
It was almost a stretch to put Gibbs-White in this list as you could argue he had a breakthrough season last term.
He made 26 appearances in the Premier League for Wolves in 2018/19 but just five were starts, so perhaps there’s an opportunity for him to increase his role and improve his chances of developing into one of the top midfielders in the division.
Gibbs-White was part of the England squad who won the Under-17 World Cup in 2017 and there are high hopes for him.
Wolves are in the Europa League too so there is further opportunity for him to add to his CV.
You know you’re pretty good when Pep Guardiola says you’re the most talented player he’s ever coached.
Foden made 18 league appearances for Manchester City last season and even scored a crucial winner against Tottenham on route to helping them win the title.
The 19-year-old should look to build on that form this season and become a player central to City’s success.
And with club legend David Silva set to leave at the end of the campaign, Foden seems the natural man to fill his boots.
The striker has been at Chelsea since he was a boy and is still only 21 but this is his big opportunity to shine at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea have been on a transfer ban and only Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshuayi are higher than Abraham in the pecking order right now.
Abraham, who performed well on loan at Aston Villa in the Championship last season, has had good moments during pre-season including a goal during a win against Barcelona.
Another Arsenal youngster who will be looking to make an impact is midfielder Willock, 19.
He has a few appearances in the Europa League under his belt, including an impressive cameo in last season’s final, but the starlet will feel this season is a great opportunity to properly break into the senior squad.
Willock has given manager Unai Emery plenty to think about this summer by impressing in pre-season matches, with some Gooners even likening him to Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta during a victory over Bayern Munich.
Liverpool is currently one of the best places to learn your trade as a young footballer and this season could be a big one for Brewster, 19.
It is understood the striker will be given chances to feature in the first-team and is a good back-up in case any of the Reds’ famous trio of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane become unavailable.
Brewster made a decent start to Liverpool’s pre-season tour, scoring four goals in three matches which suggests he’s ready to showcase his talents.
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