With the transfer window about to open for business again, most people will be focused on where the big players, such as Bale and Suarez, will turn up.

But the window is often the time for the young players to make their dream moves as well.

Here are the starlets likely to be playing for the top clubs next season:

1. Callum Mcmanaman, Wigan Athletic

The tricky winger showed flashes of brilliance last season, however, potential interest could have been dampened by 'that' tackle against Newcastle. On the ball, though, Mcmanaman has plenty of pace and skill, and the fact that Wigan were relegated will make it all the easier for buyers to get him cheap. 

Potential suitors: Former club Everton may just be regretting letting him go, and with departed Wigan boss Martinez taking over from Moyes, there could be reunions all round at Goodison Park. 

2. Luke Shaw, Southampton

The young left back was one of the most consistently good players last season, at St. Mary's and in the whole of the league. He doesn't show his inexperience and was able to keep out pacy wingers like Walcott with ease. He also adds an attacking dimension to his team with surging overlaps on the wing a constant feature of his game.

Potential Suitors: Man Utd could be looking for a new left back with Evra seemingly close to departure, but the red devils already have Buttner and Baines could be moving there as well. If he weren't to go to Utd, Tottenham would be another good fit, with current Left back Assou-Ekotto coming under fire throughout last season and also struggling with injuries. There is also no in-club replacement at the moment.

3. Connor Wickham, Sunderland

The striker has been under used by managers at Sunderland and with Sessegnon and Graham seemingly ahead of him, a move may be on the cards. Also, after standing out for a lacklustre England under 21's, there could be plenty of interest coming in. His strength and finishing could be a key feature for whichever club he ends up at next season.

Potential suitors: Tottenham need a striker, but they may be tempted to look elsewhere for a more experienced and proven striker to help them reach the lofty heights of the top four. Another club that could be interested though, is Liverpool, especially if Suarez were to leave.

4. Troy Deeney, Watford

Deeney almost led Watford into the Premier league, narrowly losing the playoff final after Extra time, but showed throughout the season his finishing prowess and the strength to hold off even the biggest centre backs. However, his off the field problems could hinder a big money move for the Englishman.

Potential suitors: Like Wickham, Liverpool and possibly Tottenham are the main suitors.

5. Tom Ince, Blackpool

 Ince is annually linked with a move away from Blackpool and to a top English club, and this year, is no different. The winger has the pace, the finishing and the crossing to fulfil the needs of a modern day winger. However, he may not want to lave the club where his dad is manager, and if he did, the price tag put on him could diminish any interest from the majority of clubs.

Potential suitors: Liverpool are usually the main protagonists and this year is the same, with Ince's former club linked with the winger.


So these are five of the youngest and best players looking to secure that big money move they thought they would only ever dream about. Comment below which of these moves you think will actually happen and which are the stuff of fairy tales.


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