Tino Anjorin: Chelsea’s next star after James and Billy Gilmour

Reece James names Tino Anjorin as the next academy star after Billy Gilmour's impressive performance.

Reece James names Tino Anjorin as the next academy star after Billy Gilmour’s impressive performance.

The 18-year-old played his first match against Everton in the Premier League. The Blues won the match by a big scoreline of 4-0.

Reece James has told Chelsea fans to look out for Tino Anjorin as the next academy superstar, to be a breakthrough star.

Tino Anjorin celebrates scoring for Chelsea against Wolves in the FA Youth Cup.

Anjorin has already made his first-team debut and Premier League debut. He’s mainly a substitute and played the Carabao Cup against Grimsby Town.

The England international made his PL debut in the 4-0 hammering of Everton, just before the league was postponed due to CVOID-19.

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard handed out eight first-team debuts, this season. Billy Gilmour is one of the standouts in recent weeks. His performance against Liverpool in Fa Cup was spectacular.

Chelsea’s Young Talents.

Billy Gilmour starred in the wins over both the Merseyside clubs and now will be starting the game on a regular basis, when the season starts again.

According To Reece James, Tino Anjorin will be the next breakout star for Chelsea. Recently James added in a Q/A

“He’s debuted already but he’s one who can break into the first team. Be on the look out for Tino Anjorin”

James is one of the eight players who made his first-team debut this season and impressed everyone after coming back from a long term injury. The 20-year-old has eleven premier league starts, with six appearances as a substitute.

He impressed the Chelsea fans in the 4-4 draw with Ajax in the Champions League, thumping a dramatic equalizer in the ending moments of the game.

Tino Anjorin is the captain of the FA Youth Cup side and will be hoping to shine for Chelsea.

Anjorin was an unused substitute against Liverpool in the Fa Cup and made his debut for the club against Everton.

The season will be resume after the Coronavirus Outbreak, and Chelsea and their fans will be hoping to see them play Champions League next season.

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