Jaden Montnor admitted that he would love to join Chelsea at some point in his career.
Jaden Montnor, who’s just 21, is currently playing in the Cypriot first division for Aris Limassol.
The Dutch forward is playing regularly during his first season, scoring four goals in 19 appearances across all competitions so far.
He’s got lofty ambitions of playing in the Premier League at some stage. In fairness, he’s already playing for an Aris Limassol side. They are competing in this year’s Europa League group stages, beating Scottish giants Rangers last month.
Jaden Montnor admitted of playing in Chelsea:
Speaking in an interview with VoetbalPrimeur, Montnor has shared some of the hopes for the future of his career.
Chelsea fans will be intrigued to hear that the 21-year-old winger’s got his heart set on ending up at Stamford Bridge.
“I would like to go to England, but if a Dutch club suits me better, I will. Otherwise, my preference always to the Premier League. Specifically Chelsea,” Montnor said.
It’s also interesting to hear him compare his own playing style to high-profile wingers such as Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford and AC Milan’s Rafael Leao.
“I would describe myself as a Marcus Rashford or Rafael Leao, that type of player. I think more Leao, I think he is one of the best players at the moment. If you watch on TV, it seems as if he is not is so fast. But if you really watch his match: he passes you with ease. It is really unbelievable.”
Montnor has already played in Austria and Cyprus during his first-team career, so the Dutch youngster is clearly willing to go chase football all across Europe.
The Premier League’s the elite division in world football, so it’s no surprise when you hear aspiring talents keen to come to test themselves in England.
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