Saliba surpasses Enzo, Rice surpasses Trent as the best Premier League player of all time (16–39).

Saliba surpasses Enzo, Rice surpasses Trent as the best Premier League player of all time (16–39).

We choose the top Premier League player for each age group, from a 16-year-old Arsenal starlet to a 39-year-old Everton backup goalkeeper.

16. Ethan Nwaneri (Arsenal)

The youngest player in the history of the Premier League gets things going. He recently agreed to a new, long-term contract with ArsenalRice after the Gunners successfully repelled interest from a number of clubs, including Manchester City. He is a player of exceptional talent.

17.  Ben Doak (Liverpool).

Doak, a winger for Liverpool, made an impression during the preseason and has a bright future in the game, which is great news for Scotland, who is in need of a superstar. Lewis Miley of Newcastle United is also outstanding and deserving of recognition.

18. Evan Ferguson, a Brighton resident.

The Premier League has a very high bar for 18-year-old players. Ferguson appears to possess the skills necessary to become a striker of the highest caliber and is destined to be one of Brighton’s upcoming high-profile sales.

Honorable mentions go to Liverpool midfielder Stefan Bajcetic, Manchester City’s Rico Lewis, and newcomer Lewis Hall from Newcastle.

19. Julio Enciso (Brighton), number 

The success rate of Brighton in acquiring young players is astounding. Enciso is a very exciting attacking midfielder and is the best 19-year-old in Our League, surpassing Romeo Lavia of Chelsea.

The top 20 U21 players in the Premier League to watch in 23/24 include Hojlund in second place and three Spurs players.

20. Levi Colwill (Chelsea) is number 

According to Colwill’s trajectory, he should start for England at Euro 2024. He surpasses Rasmus Hojlund to be named the best 20-year-old in the Premier League and is an excellent central defender in the modern era with the world at his feet. You’re welcome, Levi.

21.Bukayo Saka (Arsenal), number

Michael Olise, Bukayo Saka, Noni Madueke, Moises Caicedo, and Josko Gvardiol. In the Premier League, there are many very talented 21-year-old players, but there can only be one who is the best. This player is Bukayo Saka, a brilliant midfielder who has made 78 Premier League appearances and registered 26 goals and 18 assists.

William Saliba (Arsenal) is number 22.

The winner of this age was one of the hardest to predict, but Saliba, an elegant central defender, beat out Chelsea’s Enzo Fernandez and teammate Gabriel Martinelli. The Frenchman, if he isn’t already the best player in his position in the Premier League, is a Rolls Royce.

Manchester City’s Erling Haaland, 23.

This was never in question: Phil Foden and Reece James are brilliant.

Declan Rice, 24, of Arsenal.

I can hear you saying, “Arsenal must be the favorites to win the league with all these incredible players.”. Simply wait. The Manchester City train is approaching.

Here is our choice for the most expensive British player in history. Really, the price tag speaks for itself. Rice should be one of the extremely few Premier League players to cost over £70 million and actually be worth it because he is calm in possession, excellent defensively, and a natural leader.

Those who deserve honorable mention are Trent Alexander-Arnold and Martin Odegaard.

Newcastle United’s Bruno Guimaraes, position 25.

This was the most difficult choice to make because, according to Football365, a former top-notch website, Marcus Rashford, Christopher Nkunku, and Guimaraes were vying for the enormous honor of being the best 25-year-old in the Premier League.

While Nkunku has yet to play in the Premier League, Rashford is undoubtedly a bit of a goal machine these days. However, he does not have enough of an impact outside the box. It is difficult to justify choosing him over Bruno, who has been Newcastle’s best signing ever since becoming ridiculously wealthy, despite his incredible scoring record for RB Leipzig.

26. Manchester City’s Ruben Dias.

Although Saliba and Gvardiol are on the way, Dias is unquestionably the best center-back in the nation. He is a rock at the back.

Honorable mentions include Gabriel Jesus and James Maddison.

Rodri (Manchester City) is number 27.

The best defensive midfielder in football is Rodri. He has it all and shows it off every week without even trying. Jack Grealish, a fellow 27-year-old player for Manchester City, was not even close.

Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) is number 28.

The Raheem Sterling of old may have given Bruno Fernandes more of a run for his money, but Fernandes was also at his best for Manchester United when he was on fire for Manchester City.

The Red Devils captain is a good player, whether you like him or not.

The Manchester City player Bernardo Silva is 29.

Silva has agreed to sign a new contract, which is a huge win for City. Due to his extraordinary work ethic, technical proficiency, and tactical acumen, he is a manager’s dream. He is chosen over John Stones and Andy Robertson.

Ederson (Manchester City) is number thirty.

If it wasn’t painfully obvious already, City are good, aren’t they?

“Ederson versus” Alisson is a subject of some debate in the sport, and it has now reached this point because both athletes are 30 years old. It’s completely understandable if you disagree with Ederson’s selection (Liverpool fans will). Although the City player is tested much less frequently during games, he is simply more dependable and better with the ball in his hands.

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool), number 31.

Even if City had one player in their squad who was 31 years old, they would not have been able to defeat Salah in this situation. A year older Kevin De Bruyne is a blessing. That may have involved a lot of perspiration.

Heung-min Son, the captain of Tottenham, and Casemiro, the midfielder for Manchester United, lose to Salah.

Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) is number 32.

It’s all back to normal now that City’s winning machine is in full control. The Premier League’s top midfielder, De Bruyne, surpasses Virgil van Dijk, who for a while shared the top spot with the Belgian playmaker.

Kyle Walker, a member of Manchester City.

Nobody of his age even came close to being the best full-back in the Premier League, according to Walker.

Ivan Perisic (Tottenham) is number 34.

Currently, we are scraping the barrel. Perisic and Marco Reus of Borussia Dortmund are tied for the best 34-year-old players in the world of football, per Transfermarkt’s market value. The first 34-year-old is listed at number 44 on their list of all players over the age of 32. Madness.

(Fulham) Willian, age 35.

Both Karim Benzema and Robert Lewandowski are 35 years old.

The best player in the Premier League, Willian, is also in this category.

Hugo Lloris (Tottenham) is ranked 36.

After serving as their captain for years, Lloris is unable to sit on the Spurs bench. Really, it’s a little depressing. Vicente Guaita of Crystal Palace, who is also unable to make a matchday squad at the age of 36, receives a less-than-honorable mention.

James Milner (Brighton), number 37.

They just despise having players in their prime, eh, bloody Brighton.

Thiago Silva of Chelsea, position 38.

Silva is still contributing at a high level for Chelsea and is easily the best Premier League player over the age of 33. He was arguably the best player for the Blues during their disastrous 2022–23 season.

39. Andy Lonergan from Everton.

The only player in the Premier League under the age of 39 is Lonergan.



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