Chelsea are tracking the progress of French teenager Mohamed Ali Cho.
The 17-year old striker, who currently plays for Angers, made 21 appearances in the top flight in France last season and is rated as one of the brightest emerging talents in French football currently.
Although born in France, Cho was actually raised in England, and played representative football for them at under-16 level, before witching his international allegiance to France, and has been capped twice for their under-21 side.
He spent time in the PSG academy, and then five years in the Everton youth set-up before his switch to Angers last year.
European rules mean that Chelsea cannot make any move for him until he turns 18, which will be in January, coinciding with the opening of the transfer window.
Cho notched his first senior goal earlier this season and many observers believe that there will be many more to come in the future.
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