Two highly-rated youngsters are on their way out of Chelsea Football Club. Teenagers Lewis Bate and Tino Livramento are the latest youngsters to want to try their luck outside the London club.
For 18-year old Lewis Bate, there are reports that Chelsea has already accepted a £1.5m bid from fellow Premier League club, Leeds united. The deal also includes add-ons and a future sell-on fee. The midfielder will have the chance to join Marcelo Bielsa's side soon as talks were agreed on Tuesday night.
Another Blues starlet on his way out of the club is Tino Livramento with reports stating that Brighton are close to agreeing on a fee with Chelsea. Livramento, who was Chelsea's Academy Player of the Year for 2020-21 season, is reported to have rejected signing a new contract.
Southampton, Aston Villa, RB Leipzig and AC Milan are other clubs rumoured to be interested in the fast-rising defender but Livramento is said to favour a move to Brighton. Bate and Livramento continue the exodus of young players from Chelsea after Marc Guehi joined Crystal Palace earlier in a deal worth £20m.