Amid Chelsea’s recent struggles, the west London locals in the Transfer Tavern have been lamenting the transfer policy in play at Stamford Bridge.
Despite the first-team failing to perform recently, the Blues boast a number of exciting stars around Europe who could surely lend a big helping hand to Antonio Conte’s cause.
The likes of Andreas Christensen spring to mind.
However, one of the players who’ve had to endure their bizarre policy has rather surprisingly talked up the POSITIVE impact it can have.
Nathaniel Chalobah, who has recently handed his debut by his boyhood charges after many years plying his trade elsewhere, believes his spate of loan spells helped him develop.
Still only 21, the midfielder pulled off a wonderful bit of skill to assist Victor Moses’ goal in the recent 3-0 win over Leicester City, he’s been all around Europe on his travels.
Temporary stints at the likes of Burnley, Reading, Watford, Nottingham Forest and Napoli have made up his career so far.
Now, the England U21 international has revealed he’s in favour of such moves and has backed their impact.
”I’ve had a lot of loans – some that were good and some that were bad – but out of all the loans I’ve had”, he told the club’s official website.
”I’ve tried to learn as much as I could from them and I think that’s helping me now.’
‘If you’re a youngster at Chelsea you always have to believe you are good enough, however many loans you have, because you never know what might happen.
‘If you work hard, keep believing and at the right time you’re in the right place, you get your chance.’
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