Denim Nnamudi showcases his talent in latest skills video

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Chelsea’s youth prospect Denim Nnamudi’s latest video showcasing his lightening quick feet is likely to leave Blues’ fans extremely excited.

Despite his tender age of just eight, Nnamudi showed off his quick feet, as well as his maturity in possession, as he practiced developing his skills in this unique session caught on camera.

Along with two colleagues, Nnamudi's natural ability was backed up by a series of tricks likely to baffle some of the best defenders around.

His Ronaldo-like skills are something not seen by anyone so young before and have caused quite a stir in the media.

Too much to handle

One colleague, more than twice his age, struggled to keep up with the youngster as a combination of fast-flowing step overs and body swerves proved just too much to handle.

The smiles of friends and colleague in attendance are likely to be mirror images of those on Chelsea fans’ faces as excitement around their latest youth product continues to build.

Chelsea’s academy has dominated youth football in recent years, with the west London club winning three of the last five FA Youth Cups.

As well as bringing in young talent from across Europe, the Blues have also brought a number of players through their youth system with defender Kurt Zouma, Nathan Ake and Dominic Solanke the latest to make the step up.

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