Modern left- are known for their ability to dribble directly at , often cutting inside to become direct threats to the goal. Cristiano Ronaldo's ascent at Manchester United became the archetype for today's wingers. With that in mind, let's look at the top left-wingers in the world this 2023/24 season. 

Note: Future GOAT Kylian Mbappe is not on this list since he's not exclusively a left-winger. 

10. Jack Grealish 

He's taken a back seat to Jérémy Doku recently, but Jack Grealish played an instrumental role in Manchester City's treble last season. Under the tutelage of coach Pep Guardiola, the England international continues to thrive as one of City's key playmakers even if his natural position is more of a roaming central midfielder. 

9. Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford was a man in form for the Red Devils last season, scoring 30 goals in 56 matches. It's been a rough start for Rashford this term, perhaps the off-field distractions and United's team woes have thrown off his game. 

The 26-year-old has scored 125 goals and notched 72 assists during his United career. Once Rashford regains his confidence, he'll quickly reemerge as one of the Premier League's best left-wingers. Of course, emerging star Alejandro Garnacho may have something to say about that.  

8. Kingsley Coman

Things seem to happen when Kingsley Coman hits the pitch — that's why Xavi wanted the left winger when he took over the coaching role at Barcelona. could sure use him now.  

The pacy Coman has one of the best dribble rates for Bayern Munich this season, a club he's been at since 2015. One could argue that rising star Jeremy Doku is better than him and Jack Grealish but we still opted for Coman on this list. Plus, he snatched the game-winner against PSG in the 2020 Champions League final. 

7. Kaoru Mitoma

Kaoru Mitoma has quickly become one of the best left-wingers in the Premier League. It's remarkable to think Brighton only paid €3M for his services while the likes of Jack Grealish went for €117M and Mykhaylo Mudryk for €70M. 

The Japanese starlet scored ten goals and provided eight assists last season. He's on par to match those stats this term with three goals and six assists in 23 games.