Despite lacking of first-team playing time this season, Billy Gilmour has show still have a bright future at the club, with his latest training videos dropped a hint as to what’s in store for his future.
The 19-year-old, who joined Chelsea from Scottish side Rangers in 2017, regarded as a future player with high potential in term of passing and dribbling, and he made a name for himself in an FA Cup match against Liverpool last season.
The Scott midfielder was widely praised for his performance in a 2–0 win against Liverpool in an FA Cup tie back in March 2020, and his performances was reward with Man-of-the-match.
Since then, the highly-rated playmaker continuing to showcase why he is one player for the future. He made 11 appearances for the Chelsea first-team in 2019/20 campaign.
Gilmour suffered a knee injury in July which had ruled him out of action for four months and since made return to action before Frank Lampard sacked in January, – is looking to continue his breakthrough in the team to become a regular in the side.
Despite, the teenager two appearances under Thomas Tuchel, came in FA Cup against Barnsley and Sheffield United, his impressive displays in Cobham training based, clearly eager show how hard the highly-rated playmaker ready to back in first-team spot this weekend.
The 19-year-old alongside Faustino Anjorin, working on their striking prowess which saw practicing masterful bicycle-kick at Cobham training based. Gilmour will hope of getting his first Premier League start under Thomas Tuchel this weekend as N’Golo Kante doubt for West Bromwich Albion clash.