Chelsea football club are busy in ensuring they get new recruits as well as allowing some of their players leave the Stamford Bridge either on loan or permanent moves.
Billy Gilmour who starred for Scotland in the Euro 2020, but contracted Covid-19 while on duty is set to get a temporary move away from Chelsea to get more game time.
According to Daily Mail Sports news reports, Billy Gilmour is expected to sign for Norwich City on a one year loan deal.
The player is expected to have his medicals immediately after he comes out of Covid-19 isolation.
This move is to ensure that the youngster gets more play time, because at the Stamford Bridge he won't be able to have a major breakthrough as the competition for place is so stiff.
The Chelsea board will want to keep the 19 years old at Stamford Bridge because they believe that he is a future asset of the club.
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