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Three Chelsea youngsters are preparing for a big year in 2022: Conor Gallagher, Armando Broja, Trevoh Chalobah

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Three Chelsea youngsters are preparing for a big year in 2022: Conor Gallagher, Armando Broja, Trevoh Chalobah

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Here are three players who could be set for a big year in 2022 …

The midfielder is football’s worst-kept secret at the moment and has already won his first England cap.

But there is so much more to come – and 2022 could end with him at the heart of the midfield for club and country.

Standing out at Crystal Palace is one thing, but can he come back and settle at Stamford Bridge? This is the big question currently facing Chelsea.

Thomas Tuchel and his scouts keep a close watch on Gallagher. This summer could see them rekindle their long-standing interest in Declan Rice – but Gallagher is seen as someone who could provide cover and competition for N’Golo Kante.

He could well be the next star to come out of Chelsea academy after an impressive loan start at Southampton.

At 20, the Albanian is showing his sense of goal in the top flight with nine for club and country already this season.

Armando Broja

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After an encouraging loan to Vitesse last season, the next step for the forward was to prove he can do it in the Premier League. So far, the signs are a resounding yes.

It will be a big request for him to come straight back and make his way to Stamford Bridge next season, but he certainly makes a good impression.

He’s already come out of nowhere to establish himself in Chelsea’s defense – but given the lingering uncertainty surrounding the future of Toni Rudiger, Andreas Christensen, Thiago Silva and Cesar Azpilicueta, it could be a summer of major upheaval at the back.

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