Word around the rumour mill is that Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi is reportedly ready to sign a new five-year contract with the club, after being convinced to stay by their new manager, Frank Lampard.
The 18-year-old has turned out on 12 occasions for the Blues' first team, having previously featured with Exeter City in League Two.
"So if we lose the ball, I want us to win it as quickly as we can".
The midfielder was on loan at Derby last season and after the return of Lampard to Stamford Bridge, Mount and several young prospects have committed themselves to the club this summer. We can't bring any players this year, we know that, but I don't need new players.
During his playing days, Frank Lampard had won 13 trophies with Chelsea in 13 seasons.
"We want young players, you can see that".
Hudson-Odoi is continuing his rehabilitation from the ruptured achilles he suffered in April that ruled him out of England's Nations League semi-final, although he is expected to be back as early as September.
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"So my job now is to work hard in pre-season with them". "I have to say in one week we have been training, I have been very happy with the quality of the players".
"I don't care about age, I just care about performance and how people train and play".
"To be absolutely clear, they now have to make the difference". It's a pathway that's given to them and now they have to be the ones who play well enough to get into the team.
The former England global drew praise for his aggressive style of play and ambition to blood in young talent.
Lampard declined to reveal the line-up for the two friendlies on Chelsea's calendar, which include a much-anticipated face-off against Barcelona on July 23.