DM) Krystian Bielik
Signed from Legia Warsaw in January, we should see more of Bielik in the first team next season. Despite training with the senior squad, Bielik has only featured for the U21s as he gets used to the English game.
CM) Gedion Zelalem
A player billed as the ‘next Cesc Fabregas’ following his arrival, Zelalem’s development has stagnated in recent years. However, following his sensational performances at the U20 World Cup, the creative midfielder can hopefully find the desire within himself to push for first team opportunities.
CAM) Daniel Crowley
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Quite easily the most exciting talent in our youth set up, Crowley has been consistently delivering for both the youth team and the U21s.
Very much in the continental No.10 mould, Crowley operates in a similar fashion to Chelsea star Eden Hazard and can hopefully be introduced to the world next season.