10. Kevin De Bruyne
This young and budding attacking midfielder, like Ronaldo, prefers to play wide in the left part of the pitch and then during counter attacking gameplay, he prefers to cut inside and snatch a goal to himself. If he keeps budding as a footballer at this pace, it shouldn’t come off as a surprise to anyone if he goes on to win the Ballon d’Or. It has been enough of Ronaldo and Messi to keep on winning the award and its time for FIFA to consider turning their head towards other footballers as well. Kevin plays an important role in Manchester City as seen as a valuable member of their strike force.