The young goalkeeper will spend he remainder of the 2020/21 season on loan at the League one side.
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Chelsea released an official statement on their website to announce Nathan Baxter's loan move to Accrington Stanley.
"Nathan Baxter will join League One side Accrington Stanley on loan for the remainder of the 2020/21 season," the club stated.
"The goalkeeper, 21, spent the previous campaign with Ross County in the Scottish Premiership. After picking up a shoulder injury early in pre-season, he returned in late November to start 14 consecutive games for the Staggies before the season was curtailed in May.
"He was also on the bench for our Carabao Cup win against Barnsley last month.
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