- Ajax wonderkid Justin Kluivert has revealed he is open to a move to England, with Chelsea being mentioned
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Justin Kluivert, the son of legendary footballer Patrick Kluivert, sees Chelsea as a club he could join in the future, Helden reports via Metro.
The 18-year-old Ajax forward is one of the brightest young talents in football and has been linked with the likes of Manchester United.
Kluivert is an unfamiliar name in the Chelsea rumour mill but his hint of a move to the Blues could get the media talking.
When speaking to Dutch news outlet Helden, the teenager gave more details over a potential move to England.
The Metro quotes Kluivert saying:
“England appeals to me: Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea or Manchester United are nice clubs where I can see myself playing in a few years.”
Who is Justin Kluivert?
People will be quick to say Justin’s reputation has been overhyped due to his father’s legacy.
However, the youngster has clear talent and that has been shown this season, scoring six goals and four assists in the Eredivisie this season.
Along with his skill and praise of Chelsea, more rumours of a move to Stamford Bridge may come into fruition.