Ranked: The Six Best Talents at Premier League Clubs in 2021

Ranked: The Six Best Talents at Premier League Clubs in 2021

England has a wealth of talented young players. A multitude of academies around the country often produces outstanding prospects. Premier League teams and EFL clubs at lesser levels have state-of-the-art academies for player development. Furthermore, a comprehensive scouting system that identifies young talents across Europe and other continents is in place.

Young athletes are usually given opportunities to display their abilities for senior teams. Competition is extremely intense at the Premier League 2 and U-18 levels. Only the finest have the potential to blossom and advance in their careers. Having said that, there are a number of players who are lighting up the stage at a very young age.


That said, these are some of the Premier League’s brightest talents for those who follow EPL results online to keep an eye on. All league matches are available for betting on Vwin, the leading bookmaker from Asia.

Harvey Elliot                               

Harvey Elliot is a well-known name in English football’s reserve ranks. The teenage winger has progressed through the Fulham and Liverpool youth systems. The 2021/22 season might be the turning point in Elliot’s career, as he carves out a regular position on the senior team. Furthermore, at the age of 15 years and 174 days, the winger was the EFL Cup’s youngest player.

Lewis Bate

Lewis Bate is one of Chelsea’s brightest prospects. The Blues have a good group of young players from their system, and Bate is one of the best. After failing to make an impression at the senior level, he recently signed with Leeds United’s U-23s, having previously represented Chelsea’s U-18 and U-23 sides.

He has also represented England at the U-17 and U-18 levels. Bate is a ball-winning midfielder who can play anywhere on the pitch.

Hannibal Mejbri

Hannibal Mejbri is perhaps Manchester United’s most gifted youth player. The Tunisian is technically skilled and a fantastic ball dribbler. He has excellent vision and enjoys testing the goalie from afar. Manchester United’s U-18 and U-23 teams have benefited greatly from the nimble-footed attacking midfielder.

He’s also made appearances for the senior team and seems ready for a loan transfer to another senior club. Given his abilities, Mejbri may possibly be a member of MUFC’s senior team.

Carney Chukwuemeka

Carney Chukwuemeka is a promising youngster for Aston Villa. He is also one of England’s most promising young players. He has played for Villa’s U-23s since he was 16 and has represented England at the junior level. In addition, manager Dean Smith invited him to join the senior team for pre-season.

Shola Shoretire 

Shola Shoretire is a Manchester United academy prospect with a lot of potential. Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the striker has made a few appearances for the senior squad. He has, however, primarily played for the MUFC U-18s and U-23s.

The 17-year-old has excelled in all age groups and has also represented England at the U-16 and U-18 levels. The forward can also play as a wing-forward, giving him even more versatility. A great talent to keep an eye on.

Kaide Gordon

Kaide Gordon is a member of Liverpool’s U-18 squad, but earned recognition during his time at Derby County. At the U-18 level, the 16-year-old has established himself as a regular. After appearing as a substitute for the senior squad, he became the Rams’ fourth-youngest player ever.

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