Chelsea are blessed with lots of talents but it's not possible to field all of them in the National team at once. Also wilth the arrival of six new experienced players, it will be a risk to start using those youngsters. This is why chelsea sends their players on loan to gain more experience and playing time before coming to play for the first team.
Chelsea have just completed the sale of two of their players on a season long loan deal. Those players are 19 to old Nathan Ampadu and 20 years old Tariq Uwakwe. Nathan Ampadu joined fellow primier league team Sheffield United after spending last year on loan at Leipzig. He however could not perform well due to Injury as he only made 7 appearances for the German side. Ampadu who played in Wales game in the UNL said he is excited about the move.
Tariq Uwakwe also was sent on loan to Accrington Stanley. The player who made only 11 appearances for chelsea development team will be at the club for this season. While speaking on the move,
He told Accrington’s website: “I’m a player that just likes to get on the ball, whether it’s in the defensive or offensive third.
“I just like to get on the ball, link up the play and get more players involved.”
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