Borussia Dortmund wonder-kid Emre Mor will go into Euro 2016 as the third-yongester player in the tournament after Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford and Bayern Munich starlet Renato Sanches, respectively.
Mor has had quite an eventful week. The 18-year-old earned a high profile move to Borussia Dortmund on a five-year deal just a few days after making the Turkey Euro 2016 squad.
The young attacking midfielder rose from total obscurity to turning heads across Europe within the space of a season.
Mor has made just two appearances for the senior Turkish national team but it was enough to convince head coach Fatih Terim to take him along with the rest of the squad to France.
United youngster Rashford also enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame this season scoring five Premier League goals in 11 outings.
Sanchez meanwhile also had an impressive season breaking into the first team at Benfica before joining Bayern Munich on a £26 million transfer.
All three players are eligible for the Euro 2016 young player of the tournament award presented by Socar.