George Nunn might be another Chelsea youngster who moves in the final hours of the transfer window.
According to football.london, the 20-year-old has interested suitors in Holland Germany, as deadline day gradually draws to a close.
Who is George Nunn?
Nunn has been a pretty regular fixture for Chelsea’s academy sides since he was signed from Crew Alexandra as a teenager.
He is already on 17 appearances for the Under-23s this season, mainly playing out of a position as a left wing-back.
His introduction to the Blues was a centre-forward, scoring nine goals in his debut campaign for the Under-18s.
Interestingly, the player he kept out of that particular team is now a full-time Premier League product.
Armando in demando
Armando Broja has brought a new dimension to Southampton’s attack, which in turn has brought a lot of attention to his talents.
The Saints want to turn the Albanian’s loan move into a permanent one, but could face opposition from their fellow top-flight neighbours.
Newcastle United have reportedly mid a bid for Broja, whilst Leeds United, Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers are also said to be in the running.
Yet, all of these approaches might be futile if Chelsea decide to recall the striker and imbed him into Thomas Tuchel’s squad.
If so, he may pass Nunn through Cobham’s corridors as the latter potentially heads for the exit door.
More comings and goings
Chelsea have recently acquired a more natural option at left wing-back in the form of Dylan Williams from Derby County.
Williams played a few times under Wayne Rooney before the Champions League holders came calling.
With the former Ram now part of the development camp, Nunn’s services in defence could become futile.
Although there are only a few hours left of the winter window, a first loan move away from South West London cannot be ruled out.
He could follow in Tino Anjorin’s footsteps, who is set to join Huddersfield Town on loan for the rest of the term.
Tariq Uwakew is another of the departed academy gang, having recently signed for Nunn’s old flame Crewe Alexandra.
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