Chelsea facing the prospect of losing in-demand creative midfielder
Nottingham Forest have made an offer to land Chelsea’s Charly Musonda on loan, as reported by the Telegraph.
Aitor Karanka wants to make him his first signing at the team. The Spanish manager has taken charge of the Championship side and is now preparing for to make some signings before the transfer window ends.
The midfielder, who is 21 years-old, is an attacking midfielder. He was born in Brussels and has served Belgium in U15, U16, U17, U19 and U21 level. He is highly rated at Stamford Bridge and is being tipped for a big future in the game.
The Blues are no strangers to loaning out a footballer and usually let players go out on loan to get some first-team experience. They have the players of Tomas Kalas, Lewis Bakers, Michael Hector and Fikayo Tomori all out on loan at Championship teams.
Musonda started his career at Anderlecht and spent ten seasons with their academy before being snapped up by Chelsea in 2012, alongside his two older siblings. He signed his first professional deal at Stamford Bridge in October 2013.
He was sent out on loan to Spanish club Real Betis for the 2015/16 and 2016/17 campaign to gain some first-team experience. He performed 24 times for them.