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England U21 star hoping on Chelsea return

Timothy Aiyeku

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England international and Chelsea player Conor Gallagher is currently on a season-long loan move at West Brom, but he already thinks of returning to Stamford Bridge to play at a bigger stage.

Conor Gallagher has been developing in the Premier League with West Brom and he is currently doing well with the England national U-21 team where he is also progressing.

Speaking on his development as a player, the Blues youngster Conor Gallagher, who now takes a prominent role with the England Under-21 side has a lot to say about his development and how much he hopes to play at a bigger stage despite also playing in the Premier League.

He promised to give his all to either his national team or his club sides nit stressed how happy he is to be playing in the Primer League with West Brom because he is being favoured with playing time.

When asked whether Lampard is keeping tabs on his development, he said “I believe so, as people know he is a great manager even though I am not at the club. I know the guys are watching and hoping I do well.”

The youngster takes inspiration from the fact that younger players, including Reece James, Jude Bellingham, and Phil Foden all got the opportunity to be with the senior national team and play in their various clubs. He could also develop to such a level.

However, Frank Lampard is a believer in youth football and will be readily available to give support to any of the youngsters, including Conor Gallagher that can prove and showcase his quality.

Howbeit, there are lots of competitions in the Chelsea team after the summer transfer activities. The Bleus team now boasts of several attacking players and Roman Abramovich is not willing to bring in a competition for them any time soon.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.