Life must be pretty good if you’re a Chelsea fan, going off the celebrations of the punters propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern.
Having already won the Premier League title and with an FA Cup final just around the corner, many of the Blues in the bar are discussing what needs to happen during the summer in the transfer market.
So, reports from the Daily Mirror have proved rather interesting. They claim Huddersfield Town are keen on the idea of making Izzy Brown’s loan spell in Yorkshire a permanent one this summer.
An impressive talent, our west London locals have been happy to watch the 20-year-old develop under David Wagner this season, with the Terriers battling in the Play-Offs right now.
Still, the route for young players into Chelsea’s first-team is a difficult one and the locals here believe Brown may be best suited in furthering his development elsewhere.
According to the report, the Premier League champions would want £3m for the attacking midfielder, though it could rely on whether or not Town are promoted to the top tier of English football over the next few weeks.