The Blues Seem To Have Given Up On Their Belgian Winger As The Player Looks Set To Leave The Club.

Nowadays, academy players are having more hopes of playing for Chelsea. The Blues are beginning to give more opportunities to their academy graduates.

Hudson-Odoi, and Charly Musonda

Chelsea have many academy players in their current squad, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Mason Mount Trevoh Chalobah, and many more. However, one player could have been part of them if not for his injuries.

Chelsea have a Belgian winger that has been forgotten by many of their fans because of his injuries.

Charly Musonda Jnr.

Charly Musonda has been at the club for almost 10 years and has only tasted little first-team action at Stamford Bridge.

In 2017, under Antonio Conte, the Belgian had a short run in the first team, but he was later loaned out.

Chelsea Seem To Have Lost Faith In Charly Musonda.

Charly Musonda hinted on Instagram that he will be leaving Chelsea at the end of his current deal in 2022. 

There have been no talks of renewing his deal at Chelsea and no one can blame Chelsea for not wanting to give Musonda a new deal. 

Chelsea signed Musonda from Anderlecht academy in 2012 for £2.5M. 

He had a brief spell in the Chelsea senior team under Antonio Conte in the 2017-18 season and he impressed a lot of fans.

Musonda has not played competitive senior football for more than two years due to his injury. Musonda suffered a posterior Cruciate Ligament injury while he was on loan at Vittese.

He also later suffered another Knee injury that ruled him out for a year. Finally, he decided to get knee surgery and he spent almost two years in recovery.

However, it is also important to know that the Belgian has recovered for a while now and has not really been given the opportunity to shine and rejoin the senior team. 

Musonda trained under Thomas Tuchel this summer. However, he contracted Covid-19 and that affected his chances under Tuchel.

It is really sad to see a player with so much promise leave the club. However, we`ll see if The Blues will regret letting the 25-year-old leave for free next summer.

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