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Report, Chelsea on the verge of selling talented youngser for £2.5m

Chelsea is on the point of agreeing on the sale of one of their highly-rated youngsters, the attacker only joined the Blues in the summer of 2017.

According to German publication kicker, Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin are in the final stretch of negotiations with Chelsea for the signing of proficient youngster Daishawn Redan, the prolific attacker will be hoping to be the latest youngster to make a splash in Germany’s top-flight.

It’s understood that Nerthus will be paying around £2.5m to secure the Dutchman’s services.

Daishawn Redan on chelsea jersey
Daishawn Redan

In thirty-four appearances in Chelsea’s youth ranks last season, Redan managed to score thirteen goals and provide three assists, the 18-year-old is one of the Netherlands’ hottest attacking prospects.

Redan has only been in West London for two years, the ace joined from Dutch giants back in the summer of 2017 and it looks like the 18-year-old isn’t hopeful of his probabilities once it involves breaking into Chelsea’s first-team.

Redan features a very good chance to break into the first-team next season as Hertha’s primary attackers Vedad Ibisevic (34) and former Blues star Salomon Kalou (33) are approaching the end of their careers.

The highly-rated striker will be joining another youngster who recently ditched the Premier League for the Bundesliga, Javairo Dilrosun moved to the Bundesliga from Manchester United last summer.

Redan presently stars for Holland’s Under-19s team where he’s managed to score an impressive nine goals in only eleven outings, the centre forward boasts an exceptional record for the young Flying Dutchmen.

The ace has scored a sensational forty-two goals in fifty-three appearances for Holland’s youth teams, Redan has the natural goalscoring ability to become a vast star in the future.



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