Wenger comes back from the departures of Cesc, Nasri, RvP, etc., and sees his plans come fully to fruition with league titles and a CL title, vindicating himself after all the critique---> Not Happening
Jeff takes up the mantle Diaby left behind, and fulfills the career the latter would've had should he have been able to stay fit---> Doesn't look to be happening
So much for my dreams.
It really is a good crop, you haven't mentioned Maitland-Niles who seems the Iwobi type sleeper of the bunch, and Nketiah looks a better prospect than Mavididi tbh, get the feeling Mavididi has a Afobe type ceiling. Sheaf looks like a very interesting prospect as a ball playing CB too, tbh, and Bielik is there of course as well, with the by all accounts very talented Dragomir in the mix too. Behind them the schoolboys look quite interesting too, Trae Coyle is very talented and Emile Smith-Rowe who was scouted by Barça just came back from injury by scoring a Bergkamp-esque winner off the bench followed by a brace for the U18s. We have 7 England call-ups at the U16 level amongst our first year scholars (http://www.fourfourtwo.com/features/who-owns-englands-future-young-lions-call-ups-analysed-club)--dwarfing the number of any other club--so looks a very good class coming in, Trae Coyle, Tyreece John-Jules and Xavier Amaechi and Alfie Matthews seem to be the names to watch among that group.
Reiss Nelson looks to be the classiest talent our academy has produced in recent memory, though, tbh, perhaps ever. Still hope Willock can make it, I fell in love with that close control of his watching him last season against Anderlecht Might not have the personality for it though, at any rate he'll have a better career than Ox, much more talented.