Bundesliga 2013/14: Three players to watch

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A lot of talents have been discovered in the Bundesliga and left their mark.

Mario Götze, Mesut Özil and Thomas Müller are the latest examples. This season a lot of players will want to show their best in the Bundesliga.

Today we will have a look at the players who are the most likely to impress this season.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang | Borussia Dortmund

Bought for only £11m from AS Saint-Etienne, Pierre-Emrick Aubameyang has already shown what he is capable of in France. But his star can shine in Borussia Dortmund. On his debut in the Bundesliga, Aubameyang scored a hat-trick against Augsburg.

Playing as a winger and a striker, he is very fast, energetic and scores a lot of goals. With Mario Götze gone to Bayern Munich, Aubameyang can become the new fan favourite if he continues to impress.

Julian Draxler | Schalke

One of the best attacking midfielders, a fully-capped Germany international and already worth £30m. Not bad for a teenager.

Julian Draxler has emerged as one of the hottest young prospect in football in the last two years. With superb vision, a very powerful shot and a lot of pace, Draxler has been outstanding for Schalke. If he improves his performances he can become a world-beater this season.

Marc-André ter Stegen | Borussia Mönchengladbach

At the age of 21, Marc-André ter Stegen proved to be one great goalkeeper.

A product of Borussia Mönchengladbach's academy, Ter Stegen made his debut in April 2011 and since then has made 75 appearances for Mönchengladbach and three for the German national team.

He is known for his amazing reflex and shot-stopping. For now he is staying in Germany, but next season we could see him moving to Barcelona, who were interested in him this summer. He has played superbly in the first two games of the season and if he keeps up the momentum he can become a superstar in no time.

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