Every Premier League club's best player without a league debut has been named

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The Premier League season is underway and some rising stars have already been given the chance to shine.

With each new campaign in England's top division, there are always a few up and coming players that establish themselves with regular football and go on to become real stars for their team.

It looks as though the transfer-banned Chelsea will be at the forefront of this drive, giving opportunities to players like Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham in the opening few games.

However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also seems empowered to maintain Manchester United's tradition for blooding young players by awarding chances to Mason Greenwood and Daniel James.

These names, as well as the likes of Joe Willock at Arsenal, are all familiar with football fans, though, and begs the question: who are the next big names to hit the Premier League scene?

Premier League's best wonderkids

Bearing that in mind, the Independent have sought to name the most exciting prospect at all 20 Premier League clubs that are yet to make a single league appearance.

In their own words: "After the thrilling breakthrough of Callum Hudson-Odoi, The Independent takes a look at a player from every club who is yet to make a top-flight appearance."

The full list can be seen down below:

Arsenal: Emile Smith Rowe (19)

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Aston Villa: Colin Odutayo (18)

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Bournemouth: Lloyd Kelly (20)

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Brighton & Hove Albion: Aaron Connolly (19)

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Burnley: Josh Benson (19)

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Chelsea: Reece James (19)

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Crystal Palace: Tyrick Mitchell (19)

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Everton: Lewis Gibson (19)

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Leicester City: George Hirst (20)

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Liverpool: Ki-Jana Hoever (17)

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Manchester City: Ian Carlo Poveda (19)

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Manchester United: Brandon Williams (18)

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Newcastle United: Matty Longstaff (19)

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Sheffield United: Stephen Mallon (20)

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Norwich City: Adam Idah (18)

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Southampton: Jake Vokins (19)

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Tottenham Hotspur: Troy Parrott (19)

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Watford: Joao Pedro (17)

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West Ham United: Amadou Diallo (16)

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Wolverhampton Wanderers: Terence Taylor (18)

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The likes of Smith Rowe and James seem almost guaranteed to make their league bows this season, while United's Williams might stand an outside chance under Solskjaer's regime.

One of the most interesting cases is actually Pedro at Watford, the exciting Brazilian striker who is currently ranked as the most valuable 17-year-old in world football.

Then there's Hoever at Liverpool, who will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of Virgil van Dijk, and the latest member of the Longstaff family trying to make a breakthrough at St. James' Park.

There's bound to be a starlet that makes the grade during the 2019-20 season, but which player and for which club is anybody's guess. Watch this space.

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