German football has long been one of the most admired within the beautiful game. Their exceptional talent, unrivalled love for the tactics of the game, and, the country's constant influx of young stars have always been unmatched.
Down the years we've not just seen the German teens breakout, but the Brazilians, Polish, English and even American youth turn up on the big stage. Gargantuan clubs like Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund have always pencilled in younger talent to work their way up to eventually become the stars that lead the line, unlike what goes on in England.
The likes of Mats Hummels, Mario Gotze and Kai Havertz have quickly become vital components to success on the field, whilst other leagues around Europe aim for the blank cheque instead. Foreign players have since packed up and moved to Germany where they don't just find the minutes they desire on the pitch, but become heavyweights on the European scene.
Nowadays, even the elite names of Phil Foden struggle to play. Jadon Sancho, Reiss Nelson and Ademola Lookman are just a few English stars making the move to Germany, which has turned out to be the wisest decision of their careers to date.
Here, we look at how the Bundesliga has become the perfect place for English's fabulous, trophy-winning youth.