Harvey Elliott has already made headlines due to his exploits at Fulham.
Aged just 15, the right winger holds the prestigious honour of being the club’s youngest ever player, as he made his debut as a second-half substitute in the 3-1 Carabao Cup win over Millwall earlier this season.
Elliott had an exam at school that same day, such are his tender years.
Indeed, Elliott was born in 2003, the same year that Wayne Rooney made his breakthrough for England.
And he appears to be something of a prodigious talent.
Colin Omogbehin, the club’s Under-18 head coach, has been impressed with the growth and maturity shown by a player who still cannot legally drink in this country.
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Speaking to BBC, he said: “From an early age Harvey’s always managed to make good decisions at the right time.
“Whether that’s rolling someone in with the perfectly weighted pass or scoring himself. He’s real top end.”
He added: “When he was 14 he played in the Under 16s against top quality opposition and he stood out. He was the best player on the pitch.”
Elliott has played 13 times for Fulham’s Under-18 team and has scored three goals, while laying on three assists, and has also played twice for the Under-23s.
One of those games came against Wycombe Wanderers in the EFL Trophy, playing 45 minutes in a 2-1 defeat, and he has also been capped at Under-15 and Under-16 level by England. He has scored two goals for the former.
Elliott has yet to commit himself to Fulham, however, due to FA rules. He cannot sign a professional contract until the age of 17.
The London Evening Standard, perhaps unsurprisingly, report that there is subsequently interest in his services.
Barcelona, Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund and Chelsea are all said to be keeping an eye on the teenager, who is regarded as one of the finest young talents in English football currently.
Fulham face a battle to keep hold of him but, such is his precociousness, he should thrive wherever he goes.