Several Premier League clubs, including Chelsea, are closely monitoring the progress of Stevenage’s young talent, Makise Evans. The 16-year-old centre-forward recently became the youngest player in Stevenage’s history to feature for the first team during their match against Mansfield. Brighton, Aston Villa, and West Ham are also keeping an eye on Evans. Although he was an unused substitute during Stevenage’s recent win over Grimsby, which secured their promotion to League One, Evans may get some game-time during the final-day trip to Barrow. Since Todd Boehly took over as chairman of Chelsea last year, the club has welcomed 17 new players, and Boehly is keen to inject more youth into the squad. However, with over 30 first-team players, some stars are eager to leave Stamford Bridge due to the club’s poor run of form.