Every year the Barclays Premier League is watched by millions of football fans across numerous countries around the world.
Many world class players compete in England from many different nationalities and there are a lot of youngsters who want to make their mark.
This article will look at three youngsters to look out for next year in the Premier League.
3) Luke Shaw - This 18 year-old has a promising future for club and country with a lot of talent. This left back is quick and powerful with a fierce shot on him. He has already established himself in Southampton's first team as a regular and will now be pushing for an England U-21 place and in the future a spot in the senior squad. This boy is definitely one to look out for and could be on the way for a big money move.
2) Wilfried Zaha - Zaha played a crucial part in helping Crystal Palace in promotion to the Premier League last year and this helped him on his way to English giants Manchester United for a fee of £15m. With Nani looking like he could be on his way, it could give Zaha a chance to shine and prove any doubters wrong.
1) Ross Barkley - After receiving his first call up to the England squad at the age of just 19, Barkley has a bright future ahead of him. This season has seen him break into the Everton squad where he has made an immediate impact scoring an absolute screamer on the opening day of the season.
As you can see England still has a lot of talent and maybe one day these youngsters can help lead England to World Cup glory.
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