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Top five: Europe's most wanted starlets (1)

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The transfer rumour columns are always rife with the latest emerging talent breaking out into the world of football.

To get a 'starlet' who is lauded as being the next best thing isn't too uncommon, but acquiring a young player who will evolve into everything he is expected to be most definitely is.

But in the modern day teams are rarely willing to wait for a player to fully develop and reveal his true abilities before taking him on board, in a bid to beat their rivals.

What usually happens once a hot prospect has been identified is that a race begins for his purchase, one that most often ends up in a club paying over the odds for a player who might never come close to justifying his price tag.

Here we take a look at the most sought after youngsters around at the moment...

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