Chelsea youngster who has never played for them already being considered to start first Premier League game

There is a possibility that Levi Colwill will start Chelsea’s Premier League opener, according to journalist Ben Jacobs.

He said Chelsea will be dependent on the 20-year-old when the season starts due to the present injury issues and probable moves.

Both Chelsea hierarchy members and supporters will be hopeful that Colwill remains a member of the Blues squad at the end of the summer transfer window.

After making an impression while on loan at the Amex last season, he is generating a lot of interest from Brighton over a potential permanent transfer this summer.

At the conclusion of the summer transfer window, Colwill’s future with Chelsea will be hoped for by both members of the Chelsea hierarchy and team supporters.

He generated a lot of interest from Brighton for a potential permanent transfer this summer after making an impression while on loan at the Amex last season.

The Blues are allegedly unwilling to consider offers for the Englishman, according to all sources to date. However, the Blues’ efforts to recruit Moises Caicedo may depend on them being a little more willing to let him go.

If Liverpool is the opponent, Colwill might get the start.

Colwill should believe that he won’t have many opportunities to shine next season, according to the Seagulls, who may cite Benoit Badiashile as a cause.

The Frenchman might not be able to begin the upcoming season, though, due to his present injury.

The chance that Kalidou Koulibaly will leave the Blues’ roster for Saudi Arabia after they gave him a hefty compensation to do so increases as the new season approaches.

Even if they intend to play four at the back under new manager Mauricio Pochettino, the club could very quickly find themselves short on personnel at the back if Trevoh Chalobah continues to rule out leaving the club this summer.

Colwill’s retention should be viewed as a top priority at Stamford Bridge this summer, and it will be a huge test for the new owners if they can guarantee him playing time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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