Chelsea confirm arrival of next Neymar
Mauricio Pochettino’s bold decision to confirm Angelo Gabriel’s move to Chelsea will see one of Brazil’s most promising young talents break into the Chelsea first team, according to Football.London. Participate in the upcoming US preseason. .
The west London club have been in advanced talks to secure the signing of the Brazil youth international in a potential deal worth around £13m. Gabriel has won widespread acclaim as one of his country’s most promising talents. The London club will hope he can continue the tradition of such famous players as Neymar and Pele, who honed their skills at Santos.
Gabriel’s rise looks bright
Gabriel’s rise to prominence began in 2020 when he was promoted to the Santos first team at the age of 16. He made an immediate impact, scoring 10 goals in 22 appearances in his first season. Gabriel continues to impress in 2021, scoring 12 goals in 25 appearances. He also made history by becoming the youngest player to score in the Copa Libertadores at the age of 16 years and 3 months. The winger has represented Santos in 12 appearances in Brazil’s top league this season, scoring 2 goals.
Gabriel’s performances have caught the attention of some of the biggest clubs in Europe. Gabriel’s contract at the Urbano Caldeira expires in 2024. Despite some challenges, his form has caught Chelsea’s attention, with reports suggesting the Blues could make a formal announcement about his signing in the coming days.
Has Chelsea bought the next Neymar?
Gabriel’s imminent arrival at Chelsea represents a major win for the club, as he is undoubtedly one of the most exciting young talents in the world and poised to shine in the coming years. He is eager to follow in Neymar’s footsteps and aims to become one of the best players in the world.
His excellent dribbling skills allow him to break past defenders effortlessly and he is always eager to take on a challenge. Additionally, his impressive speed allows him to overtake opponents and create scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates. Combining his clinical finishing ability with impeccable positioning, Gabriel scored consistently.
Adapting to the Premier League will take time despite his youth and he is expected to be initially loaned out to affiliate club Strasbourg. Nonetheless, with all the necessary attributes, he has the potential to thrive and succeed at Stamford Bridge for the foreseeable future.