Chelsea goalkeeper Prince Adegoke is on the radar of other Premier League clubs, according to All Nigeria Soccer.
Adegoke is currently in the youth ranks at Chelsea but his future is unclear. Chelsea will decide on who to offer scholarship terms to for next season soon. Adegoke is likely to hear by the end of this month.
If Chelsea decide to let Adegoke leave, he will not be short of potential suitors. Arsenal, Bournemouth and Wolverhampton Wanderers are all keen on the Nigerian goalkeeper.
Arsenal are looking to pick up Chelsea's Nigerian goalkeeper, Prince Adegoke, if he isn't offered a scholarship by the South-West London club. pic.twitter.com/VGHbK1iAh3
— BAD EBENING! (@CSFDean) November 3, 2019
The 16-year-old will have a decision to make if Chelsea allow him to move on at the end of the season. Joining Arsenal would be the local option while Bournemouth and Wolves moves would mean relocating.
Adegoke is supposedly highly-rated by Chelsea. But the teenager faces a make-or-break month with his contract coming to an end next summer. He will be hoping to continue his development at Chelsea if he is made an academy scholar in 2020/21.
If not, there are other options as he takes his next career step. Arsenal have James Hillson but he might move up to the U23s next season. So Adegoke would be competing with youngsters Arthur Okonkwo and Tom Smith.
Bournemouth have already shown that there is a path to the first-team for goalkeepers with Mark Travers and Aaron Ramsdale getting senior game time. Wolves are building a strong academy so this would also be an exciting project.