Dutch wonderkid to return to England for Arsenal & Chelsea visits

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PSV Eindhoven teenager Riechedly Bazoer will reportedly follow his visit to Manchester City's training facilities last weekend by meeting both Arsenal and Chelsea within the next few days.

The 16-year-old is seemingly one of the most in demand young players in European football, and is set to decide whether his future lies with Manchester City, Arsenal or Chelsea.

According to, Bazoer was given a tour around Manchester City's training base last Sunday as club representatives attempted to woo the young centre-back.

But, not to be outdone by the Premier League champions, Arsenal and Chelsea are waiting in line to show the Dutch youngster what they could offer him, should Bazoer decide to move to the Emirates Stadium or Stamford Bridge.

Bazoer has been offered a three-year contract to stay with PSV, but is likely to be persuaded to leave the Eredivisie club behind and join either Manchester City, Arsenal or Chelsea.

Arsenal can boast the most esteemed youth system out of the three, but Manchester City are making a more concerted effort to develop young talent following a period of extravagant spending.

Chelsea, meanwhile, are focusing more on youth development as Roman Abramovich looks to curb his outlay in line with UEFA's new financial regulations.

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