Chelsea right-wing-back, Victor Moses is impressed by the performance of Arsenal’s U18 team coach’s son, Ethan Ampadu and believes the defensive midfielder has a bright future ahead of him.
The 17-year-old Wales international, and Gary Cahill are Moses’s neighbours in the dressing room at Chelsea’s Cobham training ground, so the Super Eagles star was quick to point out the assets which Ampadu has to offer The Blues now and in future.
Ampadu can represent the national teams of Ghana, England and Republic of Ireland until he plays competitively for Wales.
Ampadu became the first Chelsea player born in 2000 to play for the first-team when he debuted off the bench against Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup on 20th September 2017, aged 17 years and 6 days.
”They’re both very determined on the pitch. They give their all and they show a lot of passion for the game,” Moses said to Chelsea’s official webpage.
”Even Ampadu, he is only 17, but you can tell how far he is going to go. If he can keep doing what he is doing at the moment the future is bright.”