The fierce competition in the midfield role at Chelsea has made it hard for the English man to stand any chance of first team football in the new Premier League season.
Lewis Baker will spend the two thousand and twenty over two thousand and twenty one season with Turkish side Trabzonspor, the midfielder will be spending his fourth year away from the blues side after enjoying loan spells at Vitesse Arnhem of Netherlands before making nine appearances for German top flight side Fortuna Dusseldorf last season.
The England international has been with the Stamford Brigde club since he was ten years old and has gone on to represent the blues in all phases of youth football, and has captained the club's youth side to Fa Cup final.
He will be working with Chelsea Icon Eddie Newton who has been confirmed last month as the head coach of the Dutch side after leading them to the Turkish cup final and a second place finish in the league as interim manager.
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