Club: ArsenalAge: 21Position: Centre-backAfter three seasons on-loan in France, Saliba is finally set to become a first team regular at Arsenal.Ligue 1's Young Player of the Year last season, the 6-foot-4 Frenchman is a colossus in the back that is also adept with the ball at his feet.Club: LiverpoolAge: 19Position: MidfielderLiverpool has been craving to find a natural replacement for Philippe Coutinho ever since the Brazilian playmaker left for Barcelona in 2018. In Carvalho, the Reds have done just that. A creative-minded, attacking midfielder who enjoys being in the opponent's box, Carvalho is extremely skillful and has an acute eye for goal. Club: Manchester UnitedAge: 18Position: WingerManchester United is short on numbers this season after failing to attract a number of its top targets in the transfer window, so manager Erik ten Hag will be forced to look to the club's young players throughout the campaign.Fortunately, the Dutch coach has a plethora of starlets at his disposal, the best of which is Garnacho.Already part of Argentina's senior set-up, Lionel Messi is a big admirer of the teenager, according to The Mirror.Club: BrightonAge: 20Position: MidfielderCaicedo enjoyed a fine end to last season for Brighton, starting each of the club's last eight Premier League matches — all but one of which the Seagulls won.The highlight of his run of games came as he opened the scoring in a 4-0 win over Manchester United with a thumping 25-yard strike. Club: Manchester CityAge: 22Position: StrikerHe is the player to watch in the Premier League this season, so it's easy to forget that Haaland is still only 22 years old, given how much he's already achieved.The Norwegian hitman already has 175 career goals to his name, 86 of which came over the last three seasons for Borussia Dortmund in just 89 matches.A deadly finisher, he will no doubt add plenty to that tally this term with City's creative stars around him.Club: SouthamptonAge: 19Position: Full-backLivramento was one of the Premier League's outstanding full-backs last season before succumbing to a serious knee injury in April that required surgery.He isn't expected to be back until near Christmas, but when he does return, the pacy, strong, and attack-minded defender will no doubt be a huge boost for Southampton's survival hopes. Club: Nottingham ForestAge: 21Position: StrikerBrennan scored 18 goals, including two in the playoffs, and produced nine assists last season as Nottingham Forest secured its return to the Premier League after 23 years away.Forest tied him down to a new four-year deal this summer, and his goals will prove vital if the club is to avoid falling out of the top flight again so soon. Club: Crystal PalaceAge: 20Position: WingerOlise turned heads with his performances for Palace last term despite what was an injury-disrupted debut campaign at Selhurst Park.The technically gifted Frenchman has a magical left foot, which he used to devastating effect, often picking out his towering striking teammates in the box. A striker's dream. Club: BrentfordAge: 20Position: Full-backScotland has a recent track record of producing great full-backs, and Hickey is the latest.Though naturally right-footed, the 20-year-old plays on the left and possesses a wicked delivery to match his tireless work-rate.Having spent last season in Italy, the home of defending, too, he's also a solid a defender – a skill often overlooked in modern full-backs. Club: ChelseaAge: 18Position: MidfielderChelsea spent $24 million to bring box-to-box midfielder Chukwuemeka to Stamford Bridge from Aston Villa this summer.The move came shortly after he helped England's Under-19s win the European Championship, where he scored in the final against Israel.He's obviously a big talent, someone who's got big potential, said Villa manager Steven Gerrard upon the player's departure.