Anjorin Considers Offers From Dortmund, PSG

SWANSEA, WALES - SEPTEMBER 14: Faustino Anjorin of Chelsea celebrates scoing the first goal during the Swansea v Chelsea U18 Premier League match at Landore Training Ground on September 14, 2018 in Swansea, Wales. (Photo by Clive Howes/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

Chelsea of England youth team player, Faustino Anjorin is considering offers from Borussia Dortmund and Germany and Paris-Saint Germaine of France, as he weighs his options in the summer transfer window.

Although Anjorin is said to have prospects of a bright future at Stamford Bridge, recent departures from the club have encouraged him to seek a similar path, as he prepares for a senior career.

Top of the inspirations for Anjorin is Ola Aina, who has become an instant hit with AS Torino of Italy, despite initial fears over his chances when he first made the move in the summer, as it was the first time he would join a club outside England.

Added to that are the ongoing exploits of other youth players who have moved out of England, while the sparkling efforts of Kenneth Omeruo at Leganes of Spain and recently Victor Moses at Fernebahce of Turkey had added to the argument that players who leave Chelsea to clubs in central Europe will ultimately excel.

That is now the poser starring Anjorin in the eye, as he enters the crucial days of his time to take a decision on his next port of call, as the summer transfer window fast approaches.

Dramatically, Anjorin, who is currently battling for full recovery from a recent back injury, gained accelerated promotion on Chelsea’s under-23 team at age 16 and signed his first professional deal when he clocked 17.

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