Three Young Ghanaians Players Have Sign For EPL Giants Chelsea FC.


Three fresh teenage players from Ghana have been signed by English Premier Giants, Chelsea.

Since Jose Mourinho joined the team, Chelsea has become one of the biggest clubs on the planet with a reputation for enjoying using black players in the team.

To help prepare them before promoting them to the main group, Chelsea has added three fresh young Ghanaian players to the club’s academy.

Three talented Ghanaian young players were among the 16 players that signed up for the club’s youth program, and they were confirmed to be a member after properly completing the necessary agreements and terms with the group.

The identities of the Ghanaian players who were born in England and their means for joining the team are Josh Acheampong, Akomea Travis, and Ato Ampah.


Josh Acheampong started to get better when he was an under-8 and was prepared to play in a variety of backline scenarios, which eventually propelled him to the under-18 level.

Akomea Travis also has some significant strengths because, in January 2022, he actually had the chance to train with the Watford under-16 team. He is very comprehensible to play for Ghana, his motherland.


Then then, Ato Ampah made his debut for the Under-18s team a year ago after receiving endorsement as an Under-11 from grassroots football.


Many Ghanaians encourage them to work even harder because this illustrious team at one point included some incredible African players, such as Didier Drogba, Michael Essien, and others, who helped them reach their goal of reaching the highest level.


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