Chelsea are reportedly in line to land talented young goal poacher from an unprofessional league
According to Sun, the Blues are up to bring in Uxbridge‘s talented youngster, Seb Droz.
The 18-year-old who is currently on loan to Brentford has been linked to be Darmien Duff and Chris Waddle by a close source.
“His style is perhaps a throwback and is similar to Damien Duff or Chris Waddle when in wide areas, but he has pace,” a source close to the youngster said.
“He also has a very deceptive body swerve.
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“Seb can also play as a wingback and is good defensively as he’s been playing non-League football where he has had to maintain defensive duties.”
It’s no shock that the defensive midfielder is tagged a superb finisher as he has provided goals just like a striker.
The Romanian netted 3 goals in 2 games Birmingham City and Sheffield United.
Droz’s energy is left footed and he has done well as a full back, wing back and midfielder.
The youngster first caught Chelsea scouts’ attention during a competition arranged by AG Football Academy centered at showcasing young talents to professional clubs.
Signing such talent although won’t come so easy for Chelsea who are likely to face competition from Manchester City and Bournemouth.
The both clubs have also been on Seb Droz’s radar for as long as Blues have been on him.
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