Aston Villa and Fulham duo also listed.
Football Manager 2015 has been released, the latest version of the addictive management simulation game which has no doubt cost many a relationship.
One of the most enjoyable parts of the game is almost becoming a scout, and spotting young potential in players before they go on to become real life superstars.
This latest addition is no different, and The Mirror newspaper have compiled a list of 50 wonderkids you should look to sign to lead your team to glory.
46 of them are based abroad, yet there are four English based youngsters who make the esteemed cut of being essential to online success.
We've listed them belong, along with a few thoughts on the 'fantastic four'.
James Wilson (Manchester United)
18-year-old Wilson is a wise selection, a prolific scorer for United's under-21 side. He scored two on his senior debut last season, and has made four substitute appearances in the Premier League over the past month.
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An England youth international, under the management of Louis van Gaal he can go onto become one of the very best, and is learning from the likes of Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao, even putting them under pressure.
No doubt an astute Football Manager buy, but will you be able to tempt him away from Manchester United? If you are a lower league side, a loan move may be the best option, and hope to buy him when you reach the Premier League, but don't leave it too long or his value will soar.
Calum Chambers (Arsenal)
A bit of a safe pick this one, considering Calum Chambers' rapid progression from Southampton's bench to Arsenal's first team.
He clearly has a lot to improve upon however, and it must not be forgotten he is still just a teenager at 19-years-old.
There are other Arsenal players worth looking at, try Chuba Akpom, Gedion Zelalem, Daniel Crowley, Jon Toral or Stephy Mavidi if you really want to unearth a lesser known, and far cheaper talent.
Jack Grealish (Aston Villa)
The Aston Villa midfielder is 19 and is the subject of plenty of debate as to whether he will commit his international future to England or Ireland.
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Like Wilson, he is making his first forays into first team football this year, making brief appearances off the bench.
Grealish will not be too easy to sign however, having recently penned a new deal committing himself to the Midlands side until 2018. If you are a team with a medium to big sized budget, then he could be well worth the investment, and if Villa get relegated, be ready to pounce.
Patrick Roberts (Fulham)
England under-17 star Patrick Roberts is getting an early taste of competitive football on a regular basis in the Championship.
Capable of playing anywhere across the frontline, Roberts can be a dynamite signing if he progresses to become one of the world's best.
There are other Fulham youngsters who should be considered, French striker Moussa Dembele and ex-Arsenal midfielder Thomas Eisfeld.