Thomas Tuchel is seriously ready to bring in 18-year-old Chelsea player to Bayamuni
According to reports, Lewis Hall’s impressive technique left former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel in awe. The Athletic highlighted the crispness of Hall’s skills, which frequently garnered praise from the German tactician.
This season has been a significant breakthrough for the 18-year-old Hall, who is on the verge of reaching ten appearances for the club. However, his debut for Chelsea dates back to the previous season when he started against Chesterfield in the FA Cup. Despite playing as a left-sided center-back on that occasion, Hall showcased his attacking abilities by providing an assist for Romelu Lukaku.
Injuries to key players, such as Ben Chilwell and Marc Cucurella, have allowed Hall to feature predominantly as a left-back this season. Chilwell’s prolonged absence and unavailability for the rest of the campaign have provided more opportunities for Hall to make an impact.
Hall’s progress has been significant to the extent that he was prevented from joining the England U20 squad for the World Cup as Chelsea required his services due to a series of first-team injuries. This situation mirrors the experience of fellow young talent Carney Chukwuemeka, who has also remained part of the squad due to the club’s needs.
Considering the potential for a busy summer at Stamford Bridge, it is expected that Hall’s reputation will continue to rise as he matures and gains more experience.