1. Phil Foden - Manchester City
In 2007, Phil Foden was one of Manchester City's mascot for their premier league fixture clash against Sunderland. Seven years later in 2013, the then 14 year old Foden, as a ball boy, was pictured sat down with his arms folded as he watches on Stevan Jovetic celebrates after scoring against Swansea City.
2. Donny Van De Beek - Manchester United
As part of the Dutch giant Ajax academy's graduation process, almost all of the club's youngsters found themselves on ball boy duty. And as part of the Academy, the Red Devils star midfielder once got a snap while operating as a ball boy with then Ajax striker Luis Suarez.
3. Callum Hudson Odoi
Way back in 2014 in clash between premier league heavyweights Chelsea and Manchester United at the Stamford Bridge Stadium, Odoi was among the ball boys at the stadium. The youngster could be seen celebrating with Samuel Etoo after completing his hat trick as the 13 year old looked absolutely over the moon.
Who among the three stars do you think will reach greater heights in the football world?
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