4. Eden Hazard (Chelsea and Belgium)
After announcing he was “signing for the Champions League winners” back in June 2012, Eden Hazard has set the Premier League alight. At a mere 24 years of age, the youngest of the five picks, he has got a huge career in-front of him to say the least. Despite going through a difficult patch this season, he certainly has the potential to go on and win the Ballon d’Or one day. The 2014/15 season was a standout one for Chelsea’s number 10, one in which he terrorised defenders on a weekly basis with his pace and ability to dribble with the ball. The Blues went on to win the Premier League and the League Cup, leading to Hazard being named his club’s Player of the Year and the PFA Player of the Year.