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Maatsen, Anjorin, Broja – The Chelsea U23s stars who shone brightest in 2019/20

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Ian Maatsen

The Blues will be looking for a new left-back this summer, with Cesar Azpilicueta a temporary option, but Emerson and Marcos Alonso not necessarily fancied by Lampard.

Ian Maatsen also got his chance against Grimsby Town, and as a left-back he also has a lot of potential.

The 18-year-old Dutch youngster has great attacking instincts and it will be interesting how things work out in the summer transfer window.

There has been a lot of discussion over what type of a left-back might be brought in this summer, with Alex Telles or Ben Chilwell the front runners.

If it’s Telles, then it could be the perfect foil for Maatsen, with a more experienced player coming in and then Maatsen eventually being the player to take over.

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Armando Broja

Another youngster who has made his debut for the first team this season when he came on as a substitute in the 4-0 win over Everton.

The striker position is going to be a developing one this summer, with Olivier Giroud’s contract up and Michy Batshuayi likely to be sold on.

Broja could play something of a back-up role if transfers don’t really go the right way, and he has scored plenty of goals in the youth teams.

There is a lot to like about the youngster’s game when it comes to playing up front, with the Albanian-youth international being physically strong and quick.

He also likes to run down the channels and does a lot of unselfish work to lead the line for the Blues.

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Tino Anjorin

Tino Anjorin made his first team debut for the Blues in the Carabao Cup against Grimsby Town and showed flashes of what he could do.

The 18-year-old could be a decent number 10 for the future and has the physical build and skill to be a real success for the club if he continues to develop.

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