Rumors and speculations have it that Chelsea's and Ivorian striker Fofana might be leaving on loan next summer.
Meanwhile, Fofana should abolish the idea of loaning out young players.
These young players need to be blended into Chelsea's team: Every player has the right to adapt to the style, pattern, and tactics of his club (teammates). Hence most players blend very well in terms of unveiling their threatening prowesses. But on a return to their current club, they see themselves struggling with top form. This is simply because these players had more game times at the club they were loaned out to which assisted them (Those players) into strands. The likes of Ruben Loftus-cheek, Conor Gallagher, Daniel Sturbridge, and others had great games during the times that they were on loan but on their return from loan, they will start unveiling questionable displays. This is because these players blended more with the players whom they were loaned to than the players at their parent club. Hence the need for loaning out young players should be abolished by Boehly.
Loaning out these players might only favor the clubs they were loaned to and not Chelsea's squad: Sometimes loaning out players might be for the best interest of the player alone and not the club. Because most of the players experience great development vibes because they always feature in games week in and week out. Rumors have it that Fofana might be loaned out. But such a deal should be called off because Fofana can only improve his top form and also blend in very well with the players that he always plays alongside during his loan period. It will be best for Todd Boehly to consider giving every Chelsea head coach, Graham Potter, the command to be featuring young players in games too.
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