Breaking into the Liverpool first-team aged just 17 is not an achievement too many footballers can point to in their careers, but someone who can is Raheem Sterling. The young winger would become a key part of the Red's title push during the 2013-14 season, forming a lethal understanding with Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge that brought Liverpool as close to the Premier League title as they have been since it was rebranded. Raheem would score a commendable 9 goals that season earning him a starting place in England's 2014 FIFA World Cup campaign. Raheem was the recipient of the Golden Boy award in 2014 as well as back to back young player of the year awards at Liverpool. His stock was on the rise and the 2015-16 season saw Raheem move to Manchester City. Under Manuel Pellegrini he won his first major title, securing the League Cup. One imagines this will be the first of many trophies for the young winger.