Chelsea supporters have been given a glimpse into what the future holds with Noni Madueke in attack.

The Stamford Bridge faithful can easily search on the internet the player’s best skills and goals to see just a snippet of their imminent new signing.

Or they might’ve watched a few PSV Eindhoven matches, the club Madueke will reportedly leave to join the Premier League.

PSV have agreed to sell their winger to Chelsea for £35m, making him the sixth new recruit at Cobham this window.

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Excitement around the England Under-21 international is expected, even from those who know very little about the forward.

But aside from quickly typing his name into YouTube, or delving into PSV’s archives, they could just hinge on the words from the man himself as to what to expect.

“I am a bit of a showman. I try to beat players. I am fast. I have an eye for goal. That is how I would describe myself,” said Madueke in an interview with Sky Sports last April.

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Speed, with the ability to score, is something Chelsea could certainly benefit from.

Their front line has lacked genuine pace since Timo Werner left for RB Leipzig in the summer.

But Werner’s swiftness across the surface was often made futile by his inability to score consistently.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was famed for his speed, but the 33-year-old simply cannot get going like he used to.

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Christian Pulisic is no slouch, yet has rarely contributed on a consistent basis in the final third.

Madueke promises something close to the whole attacking package, a trait that should become evident when he eventually pulls on the Chelsea shirt.

"Nathaniel is a football journalist who graduated from the University of Derby. He worked at Burton Albion as part of their media team for two years. Nathaniel produced regular articles for the club’s official website and match-day programme. He covered the 2018 U20 Women’s World Cup in Brittany and has reported from grounds ranging from non-league up to the Premier League. Nathaniel is a full-time writer for the Chelsea Chronicle, and was formerly their social media man. His footballing career reached the sparkling heights of winning the Under-13s Bloxham Tournament in 2011."