October 3, 2023

Hutchinson has made two senior appearances for Chelsea since arriving from Arsenal last summer
Omari Hutchinson has sworn there is more to come from him at Chelsea after his first season at the club.

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Hutchinson made the controversial transfer across from London from bitter rivals Arsenal last summer after seeing a stronger road to first-team play at Stamford Bridge. Todd Boehly has placed a great emphasis on acquiring youthful talent during his first year as owner and Hutchinson was viewed as a significant coup in this sense.

The 19-year-old is one of the top talents in Premier League 2 and after Arsenal failed to grant him a single senior appearance, made the transition to Chelsea. Hutchinson has been afforded two opportunities in the first team across all competitions at the Blues this season, both of which came against Manchester City in January.
While he wasn’t able to demonstrate the best of his ability in each encounter, Hutchinson has still managed to impress for the club’s U21s with eight goals and 10 assists in 25 outings. What’s more, according to The Athletic back in December, youth coaches at Cobham have even likened him to Chelsea great Eden Hazard due to a similar dribbling technique, talent in front of goal, and explosive pace.

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With Chelsea expected to move rid of first-team wingers Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech this summer, Hutchinson will be eager to make a bigger impression at senior level next season. Writing on his official Twitter account, Hutchinson spoke about his excitement about the strides he has made since moving across London but is keen to make ‘even bigger ones’ in the future.


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