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ONE TO WATCH: I’d like to take a look again at a couple of rising ballers that seem to keep being produced at Ajax.The first one is a guy that you should all be familiar with by now, the Dutch born Donny Van De Beek.After staring in that incredible squad they had last year, Van de Beek still finds himself playing his football at Ajax.I only really think it’s a matter of time now until he does manage to get a big move and I would love to see him in the PL!17 matches with 7 goals & 4 assists so far this season for the midfielder I definitely like this as a little bit of a long term trade as I really do think he’ll move on in the summer allowing the next batch of talent to come through.Are you holding Donny at 2.07 a share?

ONE TO WATCH: The second player is a young lad that some of you may or may not heard of at the age of just 17 years old. The midfielder Ryan Gravenberch.We all know by now that Ajax produce some unbelievable talent and seem to do it time and time again and that is no different in my opinion here.Ryan again, grew up on the streets in Amsterdam where he learnt his craft, hoping one day that he would play at the Johan Cruyff Arena.After earning his place and working his way up through the youth system there has been no turning back for the youngster.Tipped to go on and do huge things for club and country he has 2 goals and 1 assist in just 5 matches he has starred in this season.I really like this again long term as he will pave the way for a huge future whilst building the foundations here in the Netherlands.What are your thoughts on Gravenberch?Will you be holding shares at 2.28?

ONE TO WATCH: Good morning traders! I can’t believe myself or anyone else hasn’t tipped the player I’m about to explain already but every clue has a silver lining and I think now is a good time to buy him.Tanguy Ndombele, the French international looks to me, to be some player in just the few games I have seen him play. He controls the game in midfield and oozes class with enormous amounts of skill.The Frenchman has just returned to 1st team training at Hotspur Way, and should be back in the squad for Tottenham’s game against Norwich.Midfield seems to be where Spurs are struggling at the minute and I definitely feel that Tanguy will slot back into the middle of the park once he is back.He can be injury prone and has already picked up a couple of knocks which has seen him miss out at Tottenham so in my opinion I will only be holding a few shares until he has a nice run of games under his belt.Will you be holding for 1.60 a share?

ONE TO WATCH: Arne Maier.. From his 17 appearances in the Bundesliga last season – of which 14 were starts – Maier gathered one assist. But that’s not what he’s on the pitch to do.The lynchpin between defence and attack, the 19-year old is superb in finding space between the opposition lines himself, as well as playing through balls and managing the match from his central midfield position. His 86 per cent pass completion rate from nearly 600 passes last season shows his composure in his work, rarely giving the ball away.The six-footer prefers to play the the simple game and keep the ball moving quickly, but he can also take matters into his own hands: with three goals in only nine appearances for the Germany U19 team, he’s proving that he can’t be underestimated in any class.I like this long term at 0.94 per share.

ONE TO WATCH: Christopher Nkunku.. Born in Lagny-sur-Marne, an eastern suburb of Paris, Nkunku joined local club PSG at the age of 13.Having grown quickly into what is now a powerful 5’8” frame, Nkunku raced through the youth teams in the French capital and was promoted to the first-team squad on a full-time basis – alongside Presnel Kimbembe and future Leipzig teammate Jean-Kevin Augustin – by Laurent Blanc in the summer of 2015.He was handed his debut that December, replacing Lucas Moura against Shakhtar Donetsk in the UEFA Champions League to become PSG’s sixth-youngest debutant ever at the age of 18 years, two months and 25 days.Two of the world’s most expensive players – Neymar and Kylian Mbappe – may have occupied similar withdrawn attacking roles as Nkunku at the Parc des Princes in recent seasons, but the 21-year-old has still managed to rack up 77 appearances in all competitions for the French champions, hoovering up 11 trophies on the way. Last season was his most prolific.Nkunku featured in 23 Ligue 1 games, 13 of them starts, chipping in with three goals and two assists, and Leipzig look to have a serious talent on their hands.You can grab shares in a potential superstar now for 2.06!

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