Latest report according to the express claims that West Ham United have completed the signing of former Chelsea’s young star Daniel Kamp on a permanent deal
The 16-year old England international recently left Stamford Bridge after spending 10 years with the youth team. Top English teams were reportedly interested in the young star signature but he opted to sign for West Ham.
“I’m over the moon to have signed for West Ham,” Kemp told the club’s official website
“It’s a great club and I can really see a good pathway and a positive culture here.
“Today is a very proud day for myself but also my Dad, Mum and Sister. All I look to do is make them happy.”
The winger who will now continue his development with the London side said it seems the Hammers have been monitoring his game for a long time.
“Speaking to Academy manager Terry Westley, it sounds like they’ve been watching me for a couple of years. Kemp added
“It was about trying to find the right time to move, now I’m here I’m so pleased and really looking forward to my future.
“I’ve been to the Boleyn Ground a couple of times to watch games, it’s a fantastic stadium, it’s not the biggest but it has a great atmosphere.”
The starlet just put pen-to-paper on a one-year scholarship and will sign a three-year pro deal next summer.
We at Chelseafc360.com wish him the best in his football career and we hope to see him in top flight in the future.