There were several surprise packages last season with players such as Philippe Coutinho, Stephan El Shaarawy and Marco Verratti coming out of their shell.
Below we assess the young stars that could prove to be the stand-out players of next season:
Chalobah had a fantastic loan-spell at Watford last time around, and he is only going to keep improving.
His composure on the ball and ability to pick a pass is something not many players of his age have in their locker.
It remains to be seen if Chalobah will stay at Chelsea next season but if he gets rewarded with a Premier League loan he will no doubt impress.
Another exciting Barca-made prospect, Deulofeu is regarded as one of the best and most promising players of his age in Europe.
His immense dribbling ability and eagerness to beat a man stands him out from the rest. Having just joined Everton on loan for the season, Deulofeu will see this year as a chance to show his employers in Spain just what they can look forward to upon his return.
One of the most sought-after young players in Europe. Torres has impressed teams with his quality dribbling and pin-point passing.
The Spaniard is certainly ready for a break through into the Atletico Madrid senior side and given the opportunity will not disappoint.
With Chelsea's striker woes ongoing and returning boss Jose Mourinho dismissing reports that Lukaku will be loaned out again, the Belgian powerhouse may well be the man to lead Chelsea's attack next season.
His incredible strength and ice-cool composure separate him from the rest.
Lukaku has world-class potential and comparisons to legend Didier Drogba are by no means wide of the mark, he is a special player and this season may well be his time to shine.
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