Teenagers who perform well are invaluable to the future of Premier League sides.
They have the talent and potential to become great and have time to be nurtured to become brilliant. These days, young people are being hired a lot to perform for the club. Here is a list of a few teenagers who are bound to shine in 2013/14 season:
5. Raheem Sterling
The Liverpool starlet has been in stunning form this season. At the tender age of 18, he has entered the ranks of the Liverpool first team on several occasions, and at the rate he is progressing at, he is destined for greatness. His agility and acceleration has been useful to Liverpool.
4. Romelu Lukaku
During his time at Chelsea, he was criminally unused. Despite his talents, the Blues never chose him to lead the attack. Now, with a loan to West Brom, he is showing Chelsea just how good he is. With 14 goals this season , already,the 19-year-old certainly has a bright future ahead of him. His speed, strength, shooting ability and heading accuracy puts him ahead of a lot of other contenders.
3. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
The 19-year-old Arsenal winger is hot property indeed. With several outstanding performances with the Gunners, he is on the verge of being a complete regular fro the first team. With his speed and strength, he is definitely valuable to Arsenal.
The Liverpool youngster is extremely nimble and fast. These attributes have proved useful on several occasions for the Reds. He is in the process of breaking in to the ranks of the first team, and will definitely do so in a couple of years.
1. Nick Powell
The Manchester United midfielder is a rising player at Old Trafford. Although starts have been limited, he has already netted his first goal, and once playing time arrives, he will surely be turned in to a brilliant player.
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