Picking up a wonderkid who can become a superstar has never been so important.
Latest - Euro 2020 stars
Summer tournaments have a reputation for "breakout players" - so which young stars have massively hoiked up their transfer value?
Mikkel Damsgard - the Sampdoria man was Denmark's player of the tournament, capping his display with a brilliant free-kick against England in the semi-finals.
Billy Gilmour - he only played 76 minutes at the tournament, but the Chelsea man showed his class in Scotland's clash against England, and has subsequently secured a loan move to Norwich.
Christoph Baumgartner - a flexible midfielder, the 21-year-old was Austria's best player at Euro 2020 and has been linked with a move to Liverpool.
Alexander Isak - brilliant with the ball at his feet, Alexander Isak's potential is frightening, with his €70 million release clause at Real Sociedad a fair price.
Pedri - the Barcelona star carried Spain for much of Euro 2020, and the little midfielder is set to do all over again at the Olympics out in Tokyo.
What is a "wonderkid"?
We are classifying wonderkids as teenagers at the beginning of a save on FIFA 22.
Therefore, Erling Haaland, who will be 21 by the time FIFA 22 comes out, and Joao Felix are ineligible for this list.
Pedri (OVR 79 - POT 91)
At the start of the 2020/21 season, you probably wouldn't have heard of Pedri, but he's now a regular starter for Barcelona and Spain aged just 18.
The youngster had just one season of professional football under his belt, for Las Palmas in the Segunda Division, before making the £6.5 million move to Barca.
Eduardo Camavinga (OVR 79 - POT 91)
Aged just 18, Eduardo Camavinga already has a fantastic reputation, and it's now expected that the French international will be on the move this summer.
Real Madrid are the favourites to secure his signature, with Real Madrid and Manchester United also linked with the midfielder.
Ansu Fati (OVR 77 - POT 91)
Ansu Fati burst onto the scene with eight goals in his first season in Barcelona colours, but his playing time has been a bit more limited under Ronald Koeman.
The Spanish international has been on the fringes this term, with Koeman often turning to a back five, limiting Fati's opportunities.
Ryan Gravenberch (OVR 79 - POT 90)
Mathijs de Ligt, Frenkie de Jong, Christian Eriksen - the Ajax production line is quite something, with Ryan Gravenberch likely to be the next academy graduate to shine in Europe.
Manchester United and Barcelona are said to be after his signature, but at this stage, it looks as if the youngster will complete at least one more season in Holland.
Bukayo Saka (OVR 79 - POT 89)
It feels like Buakyo Saka has been around for ages now, with the young Gunner playing over 70 times for Arsenal.
The England international has played anywhere down the left flank as well as a right-winger, which could see him make Gareth Southgate's squad for the Euros.
Mason Greenwood (OVR 77 - POT 89)
Mason Greenwood was a revelation last season for Manchester United, scoring 17 goals aged just 18.
But it seems to be too much too soon for the England international, who has struggled this term. Let's hope he bounces back in 2022.
Jude Bellingham (OVR 77 - POT 89)
We all thought it would be a couple of seasons before Jude Bellingham was given regular opportunities at Borussia Dortmund.
He had other ideas, with the England man picking up over 30 appearances in just his second season of professional football.
Jamal Musiala (OVR 75 - POT 89)
The one that got away - Jamal Musiala is likely going to be rued by England fans for the next decade or so.
The Bayern Munich youngster, despite playing 16 times for the Three Lions at youth level, has decided to represent Germany after breaking into the Bayern first team in 2021.
Gio Reyna (OVR 76 - POT 88)
Staying in Germany, Gio Reyna is one of many promising Borussia Dortmund youngsters and makes up the American contingent in Europe.
The attacking midfielder has registered over 50 appearances for BVB but needs to work on his output with just five goals and eight assists in that time.
Xavi Simons (OVR 66 - POT 86)
It's rare to see an athlete pick up such a social following before they've even played a game professionally, but plenty of eyes will be watching the career of Xavi Simons.
The Dutch youngster moved from Barcelona to PSG a few years ago and made his debut for the club under Mauricio Pochettino in 2021.
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