Official : Left-Sided Attacking Player Pens New Deal With ChelseaPublished: November 29, 2018
Chelsea have confirmed on their official website that promising striker George Nunn has penned a new deal.
The left-sided attacking player inked a professional contract after turning seventeen on November 23, same day Faustino Anjorin agreed fresh terms with The Blues.
George Nunn joined Chelsea in March 2018 from EFL League Two club Crewe Alexandra.
He scored on his U18 Premier League debut for Chelsea in a 3-1 win at Southampton on the opening day of the 2018-2019 season before finding the net against Aston Villa the following month.
Nunn has three UEFA Youth League appearances under his belt against Scandinavian opponents Molde and IF Elfsborg.
He has not been capped by England youth teams.
Photo Credit : Instagram.com/george.nunn
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