Chelsea fans have expressed their excitement after seeing 21-year-old defender in pre-season training at Cobham training ground.
They were delighted that Dujon Sterling had joined Thomas Tuchel’s senior squad ahead of the 2021/2022 season.
The Chelsea academy graduate uploaded a few pictures on twitter with the caption “Pre-season training at Cobham” which made many Chelsea fans to react massively.
He spent the whole of 2019/2020 season on loan at Wigan Athletic. Sterling had gained some first-team experience at the club. The English defender spent last season with Chelsea under-21s.
Dujon Sterling has been at Stamford Bridge since his under-8. He made his debut for Chelsea in 2017. Thomas Tuchel wants to give him a chance next-season.
According to football.london, Sterling impressed the German tactician during April International break. He performed excellently for England under-21.
According to Daily Mail report, Thomas Tuchel has been a huge admirer of the 21-year-old defender.
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