Chelsea has lost Nigerian international Tushaun Tyreece Walters to a non-league club following an under-radar summer transfer.
The Nigerian international failed to stamp his mark in the Blues youth team, netting just one goal in 13 appearances.
His tally is poor and Chelsea reportedly showed him the exit door. But that has not stopped the youngster from knuckling down and getting his game together at his new club Greenwich Boro Football Club.
The youngster came off to a great start since joining in August, finding the back of the net eight times.
The youngster cinched the Player of the Month award following his brilliant start.
The left-footed flopped woefully at Stamford Bridge. His under-performance meant he had to be booted from the club.
The 18-year-old joined the Blues from Abbey Rangers in the summer of 2017.
Tyreece Walters who was born in England is eligible to play for Nigeria, even though he a national of England.
His shadowy performance at Chelsea may have gotten him the boot, but Tyreece Walters looks promising after scoring eight in five games.
Greenwich Boro is a non-league club and if the 18-year-old puts the pedal to the medal at the club, he could return to the Premier League again.