- Tino Anjorin rose to prominence this season after he made his senior debut for Chelsea under Frank Lampard
- Anjorin has scored an impressive nine goals for Chelsea's under 23 team this season to court interest from several clubs
- Man City, Man United and Norwich are among the Premier League clubs also looking to complete a swoop for the youngster
Arsenal are reportedly weighing up a transfer raid on rivals for teenage midfielder Tino Anjorin when the summer window opens.
Anjorin has enjoyed a steady rise at Chelsea from the academy set up all the way to playing at the top level with the senior team.
A versatile midfielder, the England under-19 international can play in the no.10 role but can also slot in as a winger.
Having impressed at the youth level, the 18-year-old was handed his senior debut during Chelsea's 7-1 League Cup victory over lower-tier side Grimsby Town back in September 2019.
He would later be handed a dream Premier League bow, playing the final 19 minutes of his side's 4-0 win over Everton in March.
With his under-23 side, the youngster has thus far found the back of the net nine times across competitions.
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His significance rise has not only caught the eye of Chelsea boss Frank Lampard but also other Premier League clubs who have scouted him.
Apart from Arsenal, Anjorin has also courted interest from Man United, Man City and Norwich City.
Outside the Premier League, Borussia Dortmund are said to be strong admirers of the teenage sensation.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how homes of Chelsea manager Frank Lampard and that of late Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha have reportedly been robbed in England.
Premier League side Leicester City lost their owner in October 2018 which was a great loss for the players, staffs and followers of the English topflight.
According to the report on UK Sun, his house has been locked ever since his death before thieves broke into the mansion and stole valuables worth £1 million.
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