The Eredivisie has a reputation of providing football with some of the greatest talents to have ever played the game, with recent years having proven that the production belt is not showing any signs of slowing down.

Clubs such as Ajax and PSV Eindhoven have managed to provide the sport with a wealth of talent over the years, yet it never seems as though it is going to come to an end as their latest class of graduates look just as likely to become superstars as much as the players they step up to and replace.

With the 21/22 Eredivisie season in full swing and number of talented Dutch players to have made the move to new leagues, there will be plenty of spectators looking across at the football being played in The Netherlands, with many keeping a close eye on some of the next stars.

Of course, with The Netherlands’ participation in the UEFA 2020 European Championships tournament, some will have managed to showcase their skills and highlight why they have already managed to build a reputation for themselves in their homeland, whilst many others will now get the chance to do exactly that for their clubs. have helped those who might not have too many ideas about who to look out for, by picking out a number of key talents and hot prospects, with some names already known throughout the European game.

Some of them include the likes of Ryan Gravenberch, Filip Stevanovic, Antony and a host of other names to have already established themselves, but there are also a number of other individuals on the list that can have a huge impact on Dutch football over the course of the 21/22 season.

English youth international, Noni Madueke, is thought to be a talent to keep an eye out for as he continues to impress whilst doing his thing for PSV Eindhoven. It is believed a lot of the biggest clubs in English football have already started to take a look at him, whilst there are others within Europe who are also interested in the 19-year-old.

Madueke will likely remain at PSV this season, though, whilst Jordan Teze is likely to get his chance to shine in Roger Schmidt’s side following the departure of Denzel Dumfries.

Ajax are full of a number of talented prospects, but that is hardly surprising to anyone who has followed or knows even the slightest about Eredivisie football.