5) Marco Verratti
The Italian is one of the best midfielders in the world right now. He has continued his progress in France since joining the capital club from Pescara back in 2012. Verratti’s technical ability is supreme. He has the ability to carry his side just as he did for Paris Saint Germain against Chelsea in the Champions league match at Stamford Bridge in 2015. After Zlatan was sent off in the ninth minute, Verratti bossed the game alongside Thiago Motta in what was easily Verratti’s best ever performance. He is the undisputed heir to legendary Andrea Pirlo for the national side. Verratti has often been linked with the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus. If he can get over his injury struggles, the deep lying playmaker might break the transfer record next summer.