Chelsea teenager to join the first team squad for Abu Dhabi training

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Reports claim that Chelsea are planning to take teenager Omari Hutchinson to Abu Dhabi for first-team training. According to Evening Standard, the teenager will be one of the young players who will be traveling to Abu Dhabi by the end of the week. Hutchinson have been impressive since he joined Arsenal in the summer, despite not starting for Graham Potter or Tuchel. Seeing him bring selected after his progress at the Blues have left the staff delighted. Chelsea are going through a change within the squad this season. Furthermore the Blues have been relying more on the younger players of the squad. It is important to rely on them as they are the future of the club. Since Todd Boehly took over the club, he has been signing young players. Player who would build a future for the club.

Chelsea to take the youth player to train with the first team

Even Pele is impressed with the teenager after seeing him during a tournament in London. There have been interest in the player from several other clubs in the Premier League. Furthermore with the player’s ability to become a regular player at those teams. Reports suggest that the teenager will be going to Abu Dhabi for a warm-up match before the Premier League resumes again on Boxing Day. Chelsea are scheduled to play Aston Villa as a warm-up match, as they prepare to return to their domestic league.

Potter’s team is fairly away from the top 4 as of now, but things might change after the World Cup break as Chelsea looks to sign new players in the January transfer window who might turn the tides. The Blues have drawn Manchester City as their opponent for their FA Cup tie. It might be another competition that Chelsea might have to say goodbye to. Though Chelsea fans are optimistic about the January window. They would be hoping that the newly signed players bring more victories to Stamford Bridge.

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