One player from each team, must be 23 or under and have played 23 or fewer Bundesliga games (so that excludes the obvious ones like Havertz and Sancho):
Max Kruse's departure should give Sargent more chances to play, having scored twice in 10 appearances last term (just one start). The Bundesliga needs an attacking #USMNT star following Christian Pulisic's departure. Step up, Josh Sargent.
Dodi Lukebakio has gone, so #F95 need to find goals elsewhere this season. The Polish forward ended the campaign with two goals in two games (including one against Dortmund) and will be given more opportunities in 2019-20.
A busy summer saw many players come and go at #SGE, but Fredi Bobic is known for unearthing gems in the transfer market so they may not struggle as many expect. Sow could be a big reason for this, thanks to his box-to-box playmaking.
#TSG's newest signing is probably their most important. After losing Amiri and Demirbay this summer, their midfield took a massive hit. Samassékou was the best player outside the top-five leagues, now he could be one of the best inside!
#RBL are known for their strategy of signing young players and developing them, and now they have the best coach at doing that in Julian Nagelsmann. It's the perfect environment for the on-loan Chelsea defensive midfielder.
15 games, 0 goals last season for Paulinho, but the 2019 Toulon Tournament winner should get more involved this season for year two of Boszball at #B04. New arrival Moussa Diaby is also one to watch.
Another Liverpool loanee in the Bundesliga, the Nigerian forward showed his knack for finding the net in Belgium, and will try to make the step up to another level at #M05. He had a failed loan at FSV Frankfurt, so hopefully this will be better!
Thuram has big shoes to fill at #BMG, inheriting Thorgan Hazard's #10 jersey. However, if anyone has the confidence to do it, it's him, having shown his cool from the penalty spot to knock out PSG in last year's Coupe de la Ligue..
Schalke have plenty of options with Turkish duo Kabak and Kutucu standing out, but 2019-20 will be a huge season for Nübel. It's the first full campaign where he's #S04's first choice and will determine where he plays next season.
New #VfL coach Oliver Glasner is not the only new Austrian at the Volkswagen Arena. The former RB Salzburg midfielder is excellent technically and a good passer and will create plenty of opportunities in his new side.