Chelsea have reportedly told midfielder young Isaac Christie-Davies that he can leave the club this summer, as they have no plans to renew his contract.

By 90Min
March 18, 2018

Chelsea have reportedly told midfielder young Isaac Christie-Davies that he can leave the club this summer, as they have no plans to renew his contract.

The 20-year-old previously spent time on trial with Liverpool, playing two for Neil Critchley’s Under-23 side, and the Reds are now said to be interested in signing him on a permanent basis.

That is according to ESPN, who report that the contract development at Chelsea will come as a huge blow to the youngster, as a new deal 'had been on the cards' for a while.

Liverpool, meanwhile, have previous in snatching up youth players from Chelsea, after signing Dominic Solanke last summer, and are understood to be hopeful of landing Christie-Davies in the summer given the fact that he has trained with them in the past.

They will have to fend off interest from other clubs, though, with goalscoring midfielder - who has won two FA Youth Cups - thought to be quite highly-rated.

Christie-Davies joined the club's youth academy from Brighton and moved up the ranks, all the way to their Under-23 set-up. In addition to lifting the FA Youth Cup in 2015 and 2016, he has also won the UEFA Youth League in 2016 and represented England at Under-17 level.

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