Two Chelsea new signings spotted together as wonderkid duo prepare for transfer arrivals

Although the youthful team has not yet made their official arrival at Chelsea, they have already been photographed together ahead of their planned transfers, and their futures are greatly anticipated.

Before arriving in Chelsea, Kendry Paez and Pape Daouda Diong were spotted together in photos.

Paez will not play at Stamford Bridge until 2025, when he is eighteen, although Diong might be signed in June. Players are not allowed to sign for a new club until they turn 18 according to FIFA regulations, which is why none of them has formally signed a contract in London yet.

Senegalese team AF Darou Salam is expected to let go of midfielder Diong, who plays frequently for his nation’s under-17 squad. Paez is a young midfield player from Ecuador who now plays for his native team, Independiente del Valle.

“The Ecuadorian, who will join Chelsea after his 18th birthday, has already built a reputation in South America as one of the brightest and most creative young talents around,” Chelsea declared in June of last year, confirming Paez’s planned arrival. Thanks to his ability to open up defenders with his passing while combining deft dribbling with vision and technique.

“Paez caught the eye by finding the net on his senior debut for his club this year, becoming the youngest debutant and scorer in the Ecuadorian top flight.” Few members of the current Chelsea first team are older than 25, reflecting the youthful approach to transfers adopted by Todd Boehly and his recruitment team. It looks like that trend will keep going for the remainder of the year and beyond.

On Sunday, Paez and Diong were photographed together, with the latter sharing the photo on Instagram. Both of them are expected to have successful careers, and Diong may join the senior team as early as this summer.

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