14. Rodrigo Bentancur, Boca Juniors
Bentancur was 18 when he had his breakthrough season in 2015, winning Clarin newspaper's Rookie of the Year on his way to helping Boca Juniors to the Primera title and the Copa Argentina.
The Uruguayan flunked a trial with Penarol at 13 but was taken on by Boca.
But at Boca, his coach, Guillermo Barros Schelotto, has also used him as the No. 10 in a 4-2-3-1.
“He is a midfielder with excellent technique, good runs and someone who is very intelligent.
When Juventus sold Carlos Tevez back to Boca in 2016, it demanded first-refusal on Bentancur as well.