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No8. Jose Baxter, Everton, 16, striker
Wayne Rooney, James Vaughan, now Jose Baxter. Everton’s production line of top-class strikers does not seem to be slowing up. Baxter, like Jack Rodwell (below), made his first few Everton appearances at the start of the season. Has a similar style to Rooney, with the ability to change a game with a piece of brilliance.
No3. Fabian Delph, Leeds, 18, midfielder
Learning his trade in League One with Leeds and is developing into a top prospect. England Under-21 boss Stuart Pearce recognised his achievements by calling him up. Scouts from every Premier League club have watched him but the Yorkshire club are adamant the £6million-rated starlet is going
No2. Freddie Sears, West Ham, 18, striker
A prolific scorer for West Ham’s reserve side, netting 25 goals in 24 games last season. Had his big break as a sub against Blackburn in March when he headed the winner. Has become a regular starter for the Hammers under new boss Gianfranco Zola. A classy finisher and intelligent runner with pace to burn. (The Sun)
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