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An article has been produced by the Daily Mirror that has taken a look at some of the wonderkids that were on the books at Chelsea a decade ago and has decided to see where they are today.

They have used the date that was created by Football Manager for the 2012 series of the game to come up with the names, although it seems the developers might have not been able to predict what had happened to those names 10 years down the line.

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Let’s take a look at some of the names to have been provided in the report and check out where they are currently playing their football these days.

Thibaut Courtois (19 years old in 2012) – now playing at Real Madrid

Matej Delac (18) – No.1 at Danish side Horsens after never playing a game for the club

Jeffrey Bruma (19) – Playing for Kasimpasa in the Turkish Super Lig

Tomas Kalas (18) – was a regular in the Championship most recently at Bristol City

Nathan Ake (16) – two-time Premier League champion with Man City

Nathaniel Chalobah (16) – Unable to follow his brother, but remains close as he plays at Fulham

Patrick van Aanholt (20) – now playing at Galatasary after seasons at Sunderland and Crystal Palace

Oriol Romeu (19) – long-serving Southampton midfielder

Josh McEachran (18) – playing in League One with MK Dons

Jacob Mellis (20) – currently in Non-League with Leatherhead

Conor Clifford (19) – Currently with League of Ireland side Bray Wanderers

Gael Kakuta (20) – back at Lens where he and Chelsea were taken to court when he was originally signed.

Kevin De Bruyne (20) – we all know what has happened here, don’t we?

Romelu Lukaku (18) – yeah, we will let you have your opinion on this…

As can be seen, there have been a number of decisions that simply have not worked out in Chelsea’s favor, especially when it comes down to some of the latter names on the list.

Lukaku and De Bruyne are certainly amongst the worst mistakes to have been made by the club, but there is no denying that they have managed to fulfill their potential elsewhere.

Aside from those and Nathaniel Ake, the others appear to have left Stamford Bridge and fail to live up to any of the heights others may have had for them.