Rafa doesn't just want a team that can win the Premiership next year, he wants to build a dynasty, and he's been going about it by quietly plucking prospects from countries all over the world. We arguably already have the cream of the young crop in England with the likes of Adam Hammill and Danny Guthrie, add to that Serbian/Sweden starlet Astrit Ajdarevic, a mini-United Nations of keepers with Daniele Padelli (Italy), Martin Hansen (Denmark), and Dean Bouzanis (Australia), plus players from Ghana (Godwin Antwi), Austria (Besian Idrizaj), Morocco (Nabil El Zhar), The Netherlands (Jordy Brouwer), Brazil (Lucas), and one from just about every Spanish speaking country in the world.
You can now add Hungary to the list as he has acquired two teenage prospects from that country. Their names are Krisztián Németh and András Simon and they both play forward. Apparently Németh is the great football hope of Hungary and has been called the 'Next Puskás'. Here's some footage of him: