Each year, British newspaper 'The Guardian' publish a list of the 60 best youngster in the world. Each year they move on to the next year of players, with the latest edition featuring players born in 2002.
Included on the list is Barcelona forward Ansu Fati, who has started the season in incredible form since being promoted to the first team.
In other Barça interest, Pedri is also there. The attacking midfielder is still at Las Palmas but has already agreed to join the Blaugrana at the end of the season.
Meanwhile, RCD Espanyol are also represented on the list. Young Peruvian Alessandro Burlamaqui, currently in the club's Juvenil B team, has been named.
Also included is Real Madrid's Andri Lucas Gudjohnsen, the son of former Barça and Chelsea striker Eidur Gudjohnsen.
It's worth remembering that previous editions have included Ousmane Dembele when he was at Rennes, Luka Jovic when he played for Red Star Belgrade and the Brazilians Rodrygo and Vinicius when they were still in Brazil.
Here is the full list from 'The Guardian':