October 3, 2023

Lewis Hall, a Chelsea youngster, has been sighted in first-team training this week ahead of this weekend’s game against Nottingham Forest.

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As a consequence of the Blues’ continued injury woes this season, the 18-year-old has a strong possibility of playing this weekend.
Despite a lack of playing time in recent weeks, Hall has had a breakout season.
A run of games around the Christmas break helped showcase his abilities, with him being Chelsea’s best player on the pitch on multiple occasions.
Despite playing primarily out of position. Although he can play left defense, he has mostly played center midfield for the young squad.
He may be called upon to play in the final few Premier League games of the season.
Ben Chilwell was pulled off the pitch against Bournemouth at the weekend due to injury, which will likely keep him out for the rest of the season.
In addition to the Englishman, Marc Cucurella is now unavailable, leaving the left-back position empty for the foreseeable future.
Hall is undoubtedly the finest candidate for the post, but Lampard may seek the more experienced Cesar Azpilicueta to fill it, as he did at the Vitality Stadium.
When teenage sensation Ian Maatsen returns from his loan spell at Burnley this summer, the position is expected to come under examination.

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The newly promoted team will undoubtedly want to keep him for at least another season, but whoever becomes the new manager at Stamford Bridge will want to see his abilities firsthand.
Mauricio Pochettino is the current favorite, with rumors indicating an agreement may be revealed as soon as this week.

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