- Chelsea considering loaning Ethan Ampadu out
- A loan move will be best for him to have more playing time since he signed a 5 year contract with the Blues.
Ethan Ampadu has found a place in Chelsea’s first team for the past two seasons although he is yet to feature regularly for the Blues.
He made 7 appearances for Chelsea under former Italian manager Antonio Conte last season but has not made any appearance under Maurizio Sarri this season in all competitions.
It can be recalled that the Blues refused to let him leave in the summer amid concrete interest from Cardiff City.
The likes of Frank Lampard at Derby County and John Terry at Aston Villa are reportedly interested in having the youngster in their ranks as they fight for promotion to the Premier League.
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Goal’s Chelsea correspondent Nizaar Kinsella has claimed that a loan move for the Welshman could be on the cards.
The Wales midfielder recently signed a five-year deal with Chelsea after he turned 18 in September. Therefore, he’s committed to the club till 2023.
With how his playing chances have declined under Maurizio Sarri even in cup competitions, a loan move will obviously be the best move for him in his bid to get more playing time, garner more experience, and improve.
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