Princewill Ehibhatiomhan, an England U18 international of Nigerian descent, is reportedly being courted by Premier League powerhouse Chelsea.

According to the knowledgeable Twitter account Secret Scout, The Blues have trialed Reading’s England U18 international Ehibhatiomhan with an eye toward a transfer.

The Anglo-Nigerian has been on trial at Chelsea for the majority of preseason, and he scored in a friendly match against the Coventry City youth team a few weeks earlier, according to Chelsea Insider Chelsea Youth, who confirmed the information.

Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan, a product of the Reading academy who scored for the Royals in their most recent Carabao Cup loss to Stevenage, has a younger brother named Princewill.

With seven goals in fourteen games last season, Princewill demonstrated his ability to score in the U18 Premier League. He also made his Premier League 2 and FA Youth Cup debuts.

On August 13, the U18 Premier League will kick off with a London derby between Chelsea and Arsenal.

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