Those at the top of Chelsea apparently believe Noni Madueke will eventually develop into one of the game’s great players.
Football.london reports that numerous senior Stamford Bridge executives are adamant that Madueke “can develop into a world-class star at Cobham.”
The 20-year-old only joined the team a few days ago after moving from PSV Eindhoven, but anticipation is already high.
His five years in Holland certainly placed him on the right track to eventually head to the Premier League.
Tottenham Hotspur denied him the chance to play in the Premier League by allowing him to sign with PSV in 2018.
But now that Madueke is back in London and prepared to face everything England has to offer, the cycle has fully completed itself.
Noni Madueke is eager to make his Chelsea debut.
This week, Graham Potter hopes to fully integrate the attacker into his team.
Just hours before Potter’s team faced Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday, Chelsea officially signed the England Under-21 international.
Similar to Mykhailo Mudryk before him, Madueke had to observe his new team from a distance soon after it was revealed.
When Mudryk made his first appearance against Jurgen Klopp’s team, there was reason for hope for his future with the Blues.
The same may be expected of Madueke, who will be looking forward to Friday’s derby match against Fulham at home as a chance to dazzle the crowd.