Watford captain Troy Deeney has labelled former Chelsea midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah as an unbelievable player.
Chalobah has extensively been with the Blues since he was 10-years-old but after graduating to be amongst the squad, he started just one match in 7 years and 9 appearances from the bench.
Chelsea have been branded for their loan power which could take several years and there is no reservation that the Blues barely give youths opportunities to play until they are suitable and established.
Chalobah stood as a victim that was loaned to Nottingham Forest, Middlesbrough, Burnley, Reading, Napoli and Watford before signing fully with the Hornets.
He is a bag of talent that plays his own kind of football; one who has been tipped to play in the international games with The Three Lions someday.
While his captain was asked about him, he ascribed the incredible player as an unbelievable footballer who makes football look relaxed.
It appears that injury problem made him lose his chances of being part of his current club even though he’s not been a usual starter for the Hornets.
However, Deeney sees him as a player that will be valued for £50 million when he’s playing week in week out.
“I don’t want to put you under too much pressure, but I think in 18 months’ time if he’s playing week in week out you’re talking about a £50 million player easey.” Said Deeney.