Update: We've got a profile up on Paul McCallum here.
Apparently Chelsea are going hard after non-leaguer Paul McCallum, who's been playing first-team football with Dulwich Hamlet since... October. News! In fairness to the striker, he's apparently been getting interest from all over the place (twelve top-flight teams, according to Sky) and he's only 18, but this wouldn't exactly be an earth-shattering transfer. Since I know essentially nothing about this guy, here’s what his manager has to say:
Paul is quite a late developer - especially at a competitive level. He's played a lot of Sunday football for a men's team but he did that for fun. The competitive side has only really kicked in at the back end of last season when he joined us.
-Gavin Rose, Dulwich Hamlet manager. Source: Sky.
McCallum has notched more than a few goals for his Ryman League Division One South side (for those keeping track, that's three levels below League Two), and if everyone's going after him he has to have some real ability. However, I'm pretty skeptical about this sort of thing working out - it's very rare that a top professional player comes out of nowhere rather than being groomed by the academies. It'd be a cool story, though, so good luck to Paul whether he ends up signing with us or not.