Former Manchester United midfielder Angel Gomes is now “on the right track” after leaving Old Trafford in the summer.
The 20-year-old came through the academy at Old Trafford and became the youngest player since Duncan Edwards to feature for the first team in May 2017, aged just 16.
The attacking midfielder left Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad when his contract expired this summer, having been at United since the age of six.
Gomes, who had been with United since the age of six, made just 10 senior appearances since his debut three years ago.
But he has quickly found his feet in Porto andmade three assists in his first game there. He then scored against Moreirense, and then scored a goal and grabbed an assist in the 3-0 win over Benfica.
Sport Witness claim he is “one of the most hyped players in the Portuguese league” and his father Gil Gomes was interviewed by TSF.
“He accepted the challenge of Luís Campos to sign with Lille and relaunch his career at Boavista on loan from the French club, and now he is on the right track, he still has a lot to show,” Gomes told TSF.
Gomes was offered a renewal at Old Trafford, but the youngster decided to try his luck elsewhere.
Asked if Chelsea have made a bid for Gomes, Lampard said: “Yes, I can elaborate to the point that it’s never been mentioned at my end; so that’s it.”
And, when pressed on any interest, Lampard added: “No.”