Three chelsea youngsters have comfirmed new contract extension for the west london side .having their last contracts expiring last summer .
Juan castillo,Tariq uwakwe and George Mc Eachran have signed a 3 year contract deal with the blues.The three youngsters have been a big part of the chelsea academy in the recent seasons,while also working with the first team at times at the training sessions.
Juan Castillo has always been used as a left wing-back for chelsea's youth team,but for the Netherlands young team he has played in a more attacking role.
Uwakwe is another talented attacking midfielder who can either play on the wings or number ten as well .Chelsea also confirmed that Todd kane,Rubben sammut ,Marcin bulka Joseph colley,Jared thompson,Renedi masampu, Martell -taylor crossdale ,Bradley collins,Fanktay dabo and victorian Angban have all left.
With chelsea having 17 players called up for the Euros this summer , many of them are expected to play in the latter stages of the competation,numbers will be abit thin at the Ground at the cobham when players report back for pre-season training in early july.This creating a chance for the incredibly talented young chelsea stars to state their claim to tuchel for some minutes in the pre-season friendlies and perhaps force their way into the first team picture for the start of 2021/22 season. Here are some of the youngsters who will be up to the challenge Xavier mbuyamba,Tino livramento and Tino Anjorin.
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