CHELSEA youngster Myles Peart-Harris has completed a move to Premier League new boys Brentford.
The teenage midfielder has agreed a move across London to sign a four-year deal with the Bees.
Myles Peart-Harris has joined the Bees: Brentford FC
Peart-Harris spent almost ten years with Chelsea and the 18-year-old spent last season playing at youth team and development squad level.
The talented attacking midfielder scored seven goals in 13 Premier League Two appearances last season.
He also featured for Chelsea Under-21 in the Papa John’s Trophy, scoring 11 goals in 23 appearances across all competitions.
Brentford boss Thomas Frank told the club website: “Myles is a very talented young player and an exciting signing for us.
“We see him playing as an ‘eight’ in our system and he fits the position profile perfectly for that. He is a dynamic midfield player, and he drives forward with the ball.
“Myles has great quality on the ball. He can score goals and deliver assists for us. He is great at arriving in the penalty area at the right time.
“There is also lots of development potential for our coaches to work with.
“We think there will be lots of areas where he will get better, particularly defensively, but he has some great attributes, and we believe we can maximise his potential.”
The Bees have been busy in the transfer market this week after signing Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer in a five-year deal.
Brentford have signed midfielder Frank Onyeka from Midtjylland and have also been linked with a move for Chelsea’s versatile midfielder Trevor Chalobah.
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