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The Premier League is here at last! It’s time to soak up some proper football after a dull summer break and an even more dull Euro 2016, which was full of disappointment for England.

Last season proved to be the rise of the young stars with Dele Alli and Harry Kane almost carrying Spurs to the title, only to fall at the last hurdle. Then the surge of so many youngsters across the country – from John Stones and his upsurge in form (and now value) to the imminent impact of Anthony Martial at Manchester United – it was the youth that shone once again.

So let’s take a look at who might be the Dele Alli of next season and top 5 unknown promising youngsters to watch out for in the Premier this season.

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