The 2022–23 season will see the big break for every Premier League club’s young star.

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In the 2022–23 season, every Premier League club’s rising star hopes to make a name for themselves.

All the attention seems to be on what clubs can do in the transfer window to improve their first-team and overall squad at this time of year.

However, there are times when the solution may be right in front of them thanks to various youth setups or foreign transfers displaying children who might be ready to start showcasing their potential.

Therefore, Sportsmail examines the most promising young player at each Premier League club who will be hoping to make a big impression in the top flight this season as we approach the big kickoff.

The youth academy at Arsenal, which has helped produce stars like Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka who are already well-known, has been one of the things that has been working well recently.

There are a lot of candidates for the position of the next, but Miguel Azeez moving into the midfield is the one that is generating the most interest.

The 19-year-old England youth international had a brief loan stint at Portsmouth last season and made his first-team debut in the Europa League a few seasons prior.

No, he’s not a “regen” of the Wales star, but Aston Villa will undoubtedly be hoping he can play midfield as well.

With a goal in the championship victory over Israel, Ramsey was a crucial part of England’s Under 19 team’s success at the Euros this summer.

The 19-year-old will hope to play a bigger role in the first team this season after making his debut in a League Cup game last year. His brother Jacob has already made an impact in Steven Gerrard’s squad.

It might provide a chance for Bournemouth to demonstrate the potential of their young stars during what could be a challenging season in the top flight.

Saydee joined the Cherries in 2019, but he didn’t make his debut until last season, when he played in a few Championship games and scored once in a League Cup match.

At the beginning of the year, he spent a brief period on loan with Burton Albion in League One.

Last season, Brentford seemed to lack some quality at full-back, but fortunately, they may already be aware of the answer to their problem.

Fin Stevens, a right-back, appeared in one Premier League match back in January, but since then, he has made such strides that he has been promoted to the first team and given a five-year contract this summer.

With the added benefit of being able to play, the Wales Under 21 international might prove to be a key player for Thomas Frank this season.

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