Charlie Musonda in action for Chelsea FC (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Chelsea football club have several talented players who have been impressive in their loan spells and at club level.
However, not all the talented youngsters have been given an opportunity by Thomas Tuchel to impress in the first team as he has his preferred choice in the senior squad.
This has got youngsters like Charlie Musonda think twice about their careers at the Stamford Bridge. The Belgian who can play in either the attacking midfield or attacking role has found it hard to break into the first team after impressing on loan.
According to reliable sources to Chelsea, Charlie Musonda has decided to cut his Chelsea career short as he is set to leave on a free transfer in the summer transfer window.
The player has been highly rated among his peers, but his injury record has been a major problem for Charlie thus a change of clubs might suit him.
Will it be a good decision?
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