Chelsea has secured 16-year-old Ethan Ampadu from Exeter City, with negotiation ongoing between the two clubs.
The profoundly evaluated youngster has completed his move to Stamford Bridge. He leaves Devon subsequent of making 13 league appearances for Exeter last season and becoming The Grecians youngest ever debutant at the age of 15.
The Exeter-born midfielder, can likewise play in defence, is the son of Ex -Exeter and Swansea player Kwame Ampadu, who is right now under-18s coach at Arsenal and is one of various players produced by the Grecians’ great academy in a rundown that additionally includes Ollie Watkins, Matt Grimes, Dean Moxey and George Friend
Regardless of just being 16, Ampadu has represented Wales at U19 level and was called up to the senior squad ahead of the World Cup qualifier with Serbia in May.
— Exeter City FC (@OfficialECFC) July 1, 2017
Exeter won’t get to receive any expense fee as Ampadu had not yet signed any sort of scholarship forms, and they will get compensation, with negotiation progressing between both clubs.