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Senior players are impressed with the new 18-year-old Chelsea youngster

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As per various reports, Chelsea youngster Omari Hutchinson has left a mark on the senior players. They were impressed with him after he took part in the first team training sessions.

As reported by The Athletic, Cesar Azpilicueta and Raheem Sterling were among the players who were very impressed with the player. Meanwhile, they offered encouragement and advice to him after his training with the first team stars.

Hutchinson’s best performance for the Blues’ came against Leyton Orient. Chelsea faced Leyton in the Football League trophy.

Meanwhile, the youngster scored a goal in that match. In the second half, he took the ball from his own half. He then drove down from the left and slotted past the ball from the edge of the box to the net.

Moreover, he also assisted in two goals in a 3-2 win against Leyton Orient.

Insights on the new talented Chelsea youngster

The attacking midfielder started his career with the Blues. Later he was signed by Charlton Athletic.

Meanwhile, during his time at Charlton, his performance captivated the eyes of Arsenal. His performance impressed the Gunners’ management in a game against them.

After two years with Charlton, he left the club. He gave trials with Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, and Brentford. He later joined Arsenal at the under-12 level.

The 18-year-old recently made a move back to Chelsea from Arsenal in the summer transfer window. He initiated the move after not being offered an opportunity to make his way into the Arsenal first team.

Meanwhile, these impressive displays would surely help him to achieve his goal. Supporters are hopeful that his good performances at the youth level will help him to earn minutes for the first team.

Moreover, Graham Potter is likely to rotate the squad before the upcoming World Cup. This will help the youngster to get the opportunity to train with the first-team players.

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