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It's a London thing

Kitted out head-to-toe in Nike gear from Air Max 97 Silver Bullets to Flyknit Racers, it’s clear to see that these four Chelsea Academy players know how to keep on top of their style game. Ike Ugbo, Mason Mount, Trevoh Chalobah and Dujon Sterling have three things in common, they all won the FA Youth Championship, grew up on the streets of London and are proud to be labelled Nike athletes. Keen to find out more about the ones to watch this season, we headed to their local hangout just off Harrow Road, W2 for an exclusive shoot, and of course to get the lowdown on their street style, sneaker collection and evolving skills on the pitch – and the dancefloor.

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ThelookofTrevoh Chalobah

Sneakerhead

Born in Sierra Leone, Trevoh Chalobah moved to England as a child and joined Chelsea as an under-9. Following in his brother's successes, Nathanial Chalobah, Trevoh made his under-18 debut for Chelsea at fourteen years of age and captained England Under-17s at the 2016 European Under-17 Championship before signing his first pro contract in June 2016, committing himself to the club until the end of the 2018/19 season.

How does it feel to play for Chelsea?

“Playing with the best players is an honour and being surrounded by winners makes the club grow as a team.”

How big is your sneaker collection?

“I have so many sneakers, there’s some I haven’t even opened yet. I probably own about 30 pairs.”

You must have been so stoked to win the FA Youth Cup. How did you celebrate?

“We all went to Nandos to celebrate together.”

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Wonder Kid

Already wearing blue when Chelsea won their first Premier League title back in 2005, Mason Mount joined Chelsea's academy when he was six years old and has represented the Blues up to U21 level. The 18-year old midfielder has made such an impression on the pitch that he penned his professional deal last year and is contracted until 2021.

How does it feel to be at Chelsea?

“I feel proud and honoured to be at such a big club. There are a lot of winners in the academy and they’ve shown that this year.”

Chelsea have just won the Premier League. How does it feel to play for such a successful club?

“The vibe around the whole academy and the first team is good, obviously we’re all winners. It’s good for us to look up to them and know that they’re winning, when the pressures on us we can win as well.”

How would you describe your fashion style?

“Football has influenced my style a lot. I wear a lot of track suits and obviously Nike.”

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Hot Prospect

Having been at Chelsea since he was 9 years old, Dujon Sterling has played everywhere on the pitch except in goal and central midfield. As an Under-16, he was an FA Youth Cup and UEFA Youth League winner, scoring three goals including in the 2016 Youth Cup final, and has also represented England up to Under-19 level.

How does it feel to be at Chelsea?

“We’ve been like a family for a number of years. So to be with everyone day-in and day-out is a great feeling.“

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ThelookofIke Ugbo

Goal Machine

Born and raised in London, Ike Ugbo started his Chelsea career with the under-10 side and it wasn't until the 2014/5 season where he established himself as a striker. That season, he nettled 11 goals in 18 games and also featured for the under-19 and 21 sides at Chelsea.

Chelsea have just won the Premier League. How does it feel to play for such a successful club?

“When you see the first team doing well, it’s something to try and achieve in our own careers as well.”

Who’s the best dancer?

“Me, obviously!”

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