Top 10 Youngest Premier League Debutants – Since 2000

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Here we show you some of the youngest debutants in the Premier League, since 2000

Can you guess against which club did Harvey Elliot made his debut? The hint is that the club he played against has ‘United’ after its first name. We have gathered information on some of the best players in the world, that is, their all time performing stats.

This article will tell you about the top 10 youngest players who made their debut in the Premier League (since 2000).

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Youngest Premier League Debutants

S. NoPlayerYearsMonthsDays
1.Ethan Nwaneri150528
2.Harvey Elliot160100
3.Matthew Briggs160207
4.Brown160327
5.Aaron Lennon160407
6.Jose Baxter160609
7.Hepburn-Murphy160614
8.Reece Oxford160724
9.Robinson160807
10.Jack Wilshere160812

At 15 years and 181 days, Ethan Nwaneri has become the youngest ever Premier League debutant. He broke the record previously held by Harvey Elliott when he made his debut for Fulham aged 16 years and 30 days.

The midfielder was born in 2007. In fact, Nwaneri did not even born when Arsenal moved to its new Emirates Stadium in 2006. At nine, he started his career with the club and by the age of 14, he made his debut for their under-18 side.

“It was a pure gut feeling. I met the boy (and) really liked what I saw. Per Mertesacker (academy manager) and the academy staff are giving me really good information, Edu (technical director) as well,” Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said.

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“He’s trained a couple of times with us. Yesterday he had to come because we have injuries, especially the injury of Martin (Odegaard), and then I had that feeling that if the opportunity could come I was going to do it.”

Answer to the question – Sheffield United

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