4) Marcus Rashford
The Englishman’s rise to prominence has truly been a fairytale. If it weren’t for Anthony Martial’s injury just before the match against Midtjylland, Rashford probably would have been on loan playing for another club. However, to his credit, Rashford took his chance supremely scoring two goals on his debut. Icing on the cake came when he scored twice against archrivals Arsenal to cap off a brilliant week for him. Since then, Rashford has been an important figure for Manchester United. With Mourinho preferring Zlatan as the main striker, Rashford has had to contend with playing on the wings. However, if there is a manager who could mould Rashford into the world-class talent, it is the Special One.