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2 Chelsea Youngsters That Might Improve The Team When They Are Back From Loan

Chelsea is a team that likes investing in young players. Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham are Chelsea academy player that was all called up to the senior team after they came back from loan. Mason mount impressed under Frank Lampard and still under Thomas Tuchel but Tammy Abraham found it difficult to secure a spot in Tuchel's squad hence he left the club for Jose Mourinho's Roma.

Here are the two Chelsea academy youngsters that are out on loan and might transform the team on their return to Stamford Bridge.

1: Conor Gallagher: This Chelsea academy player was sent to Crystal Palace on a loan deal. The youngster have also impressed in the Patrick Viera team. Gallagher has two goals in 7 matches. Thomas Tuchel has made it known that the 21-year-old will be given the opportunity to fight for a place in his squad and it's believed that the young player will do well as he has already shown his quality in Crystal Palace.

2: Billy Gilmour: The Scottish youngster has already proven his quality in Stamford Bridge and has won two man of match award. The 21-year-old was sent to Norwich in a loan move due to the saturated Chelsea midfield which will be difficult for him to get a regular start in Chelsea matches. Billy Gilmour had his first call up under Frank Lampard and has impressed since then. Many clubs has have shown interest in the youngster but Chelsea knowing his worth refused to give him out on a permanent move but rather sent him to Norwich for a loan deal in which he is to return after one season. The Scottish international can play in any position in the midfield but can mainly plays as Center midfielder or as an attacking midfielder.

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