A guide to the rising stars who could make a mark in 2017-18

The 20-year-old is back at Huddersfield for a second season on loan in front of a hamstring injury ended his campaign having impressed David Wagner with his performances term. Now fit he could flourish this season. Barnes is viewed as the brightest prospect of Leicester. He has football in his blood his father, Paul, played for Huddersfield, Burnley and Birmingham and there'll be no shortage of Football League clubs keen to spend the teenager. Barnes made his Leicester debut and went an season, winning the MK Dons' player of the year award after a loan spell that was superb. Barnes has also made an impression at international level, finishing as top scorer in last month's Toulon tournament, which England won on penalties, and earned praise from Craig Shakespeare, Leicester's manager, who said that he sees "a true hunger and desire" in the youngster to be successful at the club. The 17-year-old went close to becoming the first player born to appear for the first team of Liverpool when named as a substitute against Crystal Palace last season.

A foot injury, requiring an, has derailed Brewster's hopes of a complete pre-season with Klopp's squad but he will aim to secure a slice of history. AHThe has been named the chairman of City, by Khaldoon al-Mubarak, as a youngster who will be promoted to the squad of Pep Guardiola and he's considered the prospect at the club. He was named Golden Player at the European Under-17 Championship, scoring or developing a goal in each of the six games as England reached the last. Winners of the accolade include Toni Kroos, Mario Götze, and Wayne Rooney. It seems unlikely City will allow Sancho to depart although there's reported interest.

This past year a defender, Tuanzebe turned in an display against Crystal Palace in the fourth of his league appearances. "The kid did an wonderful job. I think his name is now known by Alexis. The kid played very well," said the Portuguese. Although Timothy Fosu-Mensah, who's also 19and more times, have played may be the one to make the breakthrough that is severe term. JJGareth Southgate's godson shone inside this summer's Under-20 World Cup in South Korea, with his penalty save helping England to a 1-0 win in the final against Venezuela. Named goalkeeper of the tournament, professionalism and the 20-year-old's attitude have impressed Rafael Benítez, who will loan Woodman who has been borrowed Crawley by Hartlepool and Kilmarnock this season. That should help him add in front of a return to Tyneside as the potential choice in 2018-19 of Newcastle. Louise Taylor Southampton: Sam GallagherThe striker has burst on to the scene once in 2013-14 under Mauricio Pochettino -- before a few years, typified by a loan stint that was goalless . But after a loan at Blackburn Rovers last season, the 21-year-old seems prepared to come back to the fold with a bounce. As he wrestles with Shane Long, Charlie Austin and Manolo Gabbiadini for game time, Gallagher signed a new contract and will hope to impress Mauricio Pellegrino.

Elsewhere, the England Under-20s midfielder Callum Slattery, who joined from Chelsea aged eight, has been training with the first team. BFStoke City: Ramadan SobhiStoke run more of an old folks' home than a creche Peter Crouch, Charlie Adam and Stephen Ireland are all still around so respect is due to Sobhi for last season becoming the first teenager to begin a game for the Potters in nine seasons. With a handful of Premier League starts behind him, and now 20, the winger is establishing himself as a fans' favourite and might feature more this season if Marko Arnautovic understands the move he desires. Many believe the gap can be more than filled by Sobhi; in fact the only worry of Stoke might be the variety of clubs tracking his progress. Not teams that are English either. They don't call him Ramadona for nothing. PWSwansea City: Oli McBurnieThe very first matter to flag up is that McBurnie has five Premier League appearances. At times last season the 21-year-old was getting picked ahead of Borja Bastón, Swansea's #15m club-record signing, and he's wasted no time in creating a rapport with the supporters. Rolled down to his ankles, McBurnie has some statistics to decide on his look. He scored 23 times in all competitions last season and was the driving force behind the club's successful team. The challenge is to take that form assuming that Paul Clement believes a loan spell would be beneficial to McBurnie than spending another season on the fringe of the Swansea squad whilst turning out for the under-23s. judi bola