The trio include a full Kosovo international and two young english stars that are expected to line up against City tonight...
Ahead of tonight's Under-18s FA Youth Cup clash with Manchester City, we look at three players to look out for this evening and some of which may be Premier League regulars in the future...
17-year-old Celina has already made international footballing history despite his tender years.
The forward became the youngest player to be selected for the senier Kosovo squad for the nation's first ever FIFA friendly in March 2014.
A player who can play across the front-line, he scored in the last round win over Oxford United and was on the bench in City's 2-1 victory in the FA Cup over Sheffield Wednesday.
Nemane made his debut for the City Under-18s at the age of just 14 back in 2012 and has since worked his way into Jason Wilcox's Under-18s side.
The 17-year old plays as a right-winger but is also comfortable playing behind the striker.
He signed a two-year scholarship with City in the summer and was also involved with Patrick Viera's Under-21 squad pre-season tour.
A former Arsenal academy player, Boadu signed for City in 2013.
Boadu has played for the England youth team and was one of the key players for the Under-17s in the Nordic Tournament netting a hat-trick and scoring four in four for Kenny Swain's side.