The Premier League is less than a fortnight away from commencing and there are breakout players eyeing to produce quality for their senior teams.
However, which players in particular are looking to make that big leap in the English Premier League? Which young players would become the next key asset for their teams?
Anyway, let’s dive further into this topic, detailing to you five prospects eyeing to become a world-beater in the 2023/24 season.
Players on this list are players who will be 21 or under 21 when the 2023/24 Premier League season commences.
Mainoo looks to be a star for the future and he has demonstrated some of his qualities in preseason with Manchester United.
The 18-year-old player is a holding midfielder, who can also function in other roles.
Kobbie Mainoo has got composure, drive and determination and he was introduced in last season’s victory for Manchester United over Leicester City in the Premier League.
The youngster made his debut in the Red Devils 3-0 win over the Foxes on the 19th of February.
Manager Erik Ten Hag has also assured the teenager of first team football in the 2023/24 season.
The midfielder wouldn’t be available for Manchester United in the opening games of the season, after picking up a knock against Real Madrid in preseason.
However, with his rate of development and his qualities, expect him to fight for a spot in the starting XI when he returns to full fitness.
Potential Premier League Breakout Players: Cameron Archer
The 21-year-old is really an effective younger attacker who has what it takes to rattle even high-profile defenders.
He is pacey, has an excellent ball control and a great eye for goal. The youngster was immense while on loan at Middlesbrough in the 2022/23 season.
Cameron had an influence in Middlesbrough’s run to the Championship playoffs, netting 11 goals in 20 appearances.
As always, Ollie Watkins is expected to start upfront for the Villains, but understanding what the 21-year-old could bring might make him function alongside the Englishman.
The youngster might also be utilised from the bench especially in defining games if the coaching crew deems it beneficial for the team.
Camron Archer netted the first goal of England at the U-21 Euros and he will be coming into the season highly charged up to make a difference.
Customarily with Brighton, it appears they are a field for developing young talents and there are also many notable examples in recent years.
18-year-old Evan Ferguson and 19-year-old Julio Ensico both got their big break in the first team last term.
Adingra, 21, might become the latest addition in Brighton’s starting XI and in the Seagulls plethora of talents who often go on to trouble opposition teams.
The winger joined Brighton and Hove Albion from a club based in Denmark named Nordsjaelland, for a fee of £6 million in June 2022.
The Ivorian hasn’t made his first team debut for Brighton, but he showed his abilities scoring a brace in Brighton’s recent preseason victory over Brentford.
Getting into the first team of a Manchester City side that are arguably the best team in the world wouldn’t come easy but that would be the dream of the 20-year-old.
James McAtee is a creative player with a goal threat and he is a product of the academy of Manchester City.
He scored in the Citizens 2-1 preseason win over Bayern Munich on the 26th of July, 2023.
The midfielder was remarkable in his loan spell at Sheffield United during the 2022/23 season as he scored 9 goals in 37 loan appearances.
He helped the side gain promotion to the English Premier League, finishing 2nd in the Championship.
Pep Guardiola’s side is filled with many high-profile midfielders like Kevin De Bruyne, Bernado Silva and Phil Folden but McAtee can take a cue from Rico Lewis, who broke into the first team last season and was impressive.
Possibly the next England number 1?
Trafford was immense for England as they won the U-21 European Championship this summer.
Due to his exploits, Burnley had to fork out a club record £19 million fee to land the 20-year-old.
He produces cat-like saves and his artistry as a young goalkeeper has a semblance with many top goalkeepers in the world.
James Trafford kept a record six clean-sheets in the Euros and he eschewed his class in the final.
James Trafford save a penalty in the final before saving a subsequent rebound in their victory over Spain.
The midfielder is expected to compete for a first team spot alongside Arijanet Muric, who was instrumental in Burnley’s promotion to the Premier League.