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Romelu Lukaku was a highly rated young striker at Chelsea, but he eventually got his success outside of Stamford Bridge, excelling on loan with West Bromwich Albion and Everton, before signing for the Toffees permanently. He moved to Manchester United for a big money fee and did well there under Jose Mourinho, before eventually moving to Italian side Inter Milan to play for Antonio Conte.
The Belgian hitman has now named Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham as the two most talented youngsters among a pool of Chelsea youngsters that have broken into the first team under Frank Lampard.
Abraham has proven himself in his first season in the Chelsea senior team, racking up 15 goals in all competitions this season so far, with 13 coming in the Premier League.
Mount, too, has established himself as one of the mainstays of Chelsea’s starting eleven, with six league goals and five assists in his debut season as well.