SportSouthampton monitoring Chelsea youngster Taylor-Crossdale

10:35  01 may  2019
10:35  01 may  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Wingers who Southampton should consider signing this summer

Wingers who Southampton should consider signing this summer Southampton’s attacking players are thriving under Ralph Hasenhuttl. Before the Austrian was appointed as the club’s first-team manager in December, they had struggled to truly impress for Mark Hughes. However, Hasenhuttl has helped the team play more aggressively, and on the front foot, and in turn, the players in the final third of the pitch are enjoying greater success. Nathan Redmond has operated in a more central role and has found his shooting boots, evidenced by his brace and role in Southampton’s 3-1 win over Wolves at the weekend.

Three English clubs are interested in Chelsea youngster Martell Taylor - Crossdale , according to the print edition of The Mirror (May 1st, page 56). Taylor - Crossdale plays as a striker in Chelsea ’s academy. But with his contract due to expire this summer, several clubs are monitoring his situation.

Martell Taylor - Crossdale could reportedly leave Premier League giants Chelsea with Southampton and Fulham are among the clubs hoping to sign Chelsea youngster Martell Taylor - Crossdale this Taylor - Crossdale won the Premier League U18 Golden Boot award in the 2015/16 season and also

Southampton monitoring Chelsea youngster Taylor-Crossdale © Harriet Lander/Getty Images Sport Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea - Premier League 2

Southampton are showing an interest in signing Chelsea youngster Martell Taylor-Crossdale, according to the Mirror.

The 19-year-old’s contract at Stamford Bridge expires this summer and there is every chance he will move on.

The Blues are yet to agree terms on a new deal and the young striker may feel that first-team opportunities are more likely to come his way elsewhere.

Despite having a big reputation at Chelsea, it is difficult to see where playing time will be given to him, even though a two-window transfer ban could still come their way.

Southampton Player Ratings: Newcastle (A)

Southampton Player Ratings: Newcastle (A) Southampton suffered a disappointing 3-1 defeat at Newcastle United due to an Ayoze Perez hat-trick. This leaves the Saints still looking over their shoulder after they failed to increase their five-point buffer to Cardiff in the relegation zone. Newcastle took the lead inside half an hour after the hosts made the most of the Saints’ slackness in possession which led to Perez slotting the ball into the bottom corner. It was a quick-fire double

Chelsea teenager Martell Taylor - Crossdale targeted by Fleetwood and Charlton after prolific run in Martell Taylor - Crossdale has scored 20 goals across various age groups The 18-year-old striker is highly rated by Chelsea youth coaches from a host of lower league clubs prepared to give the youngster his break in senior football.

SKYSPORTS Hoffenheim to sign Chelsea youngster Teenage Chelsea striker Martell Taylor - Crossdale will head to Taylor - Crossdale might not be at the level of, say, Callum Hudson-Odoi, but he does have room to grow. Making the move to the Bundesliga — as opposed to just

Championship side Bristol City, currently chasing promotion to the Premier League, are also rumoured to be monitoring Taylor-Crossdale’s progress.

Chelsea’s west London rivals Fulham are another club to have been linked with the promising teenager.

Meanwhile, Football Insider claim that Aston Villa have entered the race to sign Taylor-Crossdale, with fellow Chelsea man Tammy Abraham excelling at Villa Park this season.

Southampton Player Ratings: Huddersfield (H).
Southampton ended their Premier League season with a 1-1 draw against Huddersfield Town at St Mary’s. It was clear to see that there was little to play for with both sides lacking a creative spark to seize control of the match. Southampton took the lead just past the 40 minute mark through a fantastic strike from the edge of the box by Nathan Redmond. Saints almost doubled their advantage after half-time when a James Ward-Prowse piledriver was pushed onto the crossbar by the Huddersfield goalkeeper Joel Coleman.

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