Chelsea Boss Guus Hiddink has said he is yet to make a decision about Chelsea youngsters hence he doesn’t know if Charly Musonda will be leaving the club on loan in January, according to the Squawka.
The midfielder has been itching for first team action and has reportedly decided he will have to leave Chelsea on loan if it means him playing first team football.
However new Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink has stated he will need to access the Chelsea youngsters before deciding who stays at the club or who goes out on loan. Speaking in his pre match press conference prior to the game against Watford, Hiddink said:
“He’s (Musonda) is a young guy I know. I haven’t seen him so far, but there is a big reputation preceding him. Let’s give the kid time to settle and practise with the academy first and then with us.
“I have some time to give judgement to young players, but I’ll have them in the toughness of first-team training as soon as possible.
“The loan is a strategical issue which we have to discuss in-house. It’s too early to discuss. Let’s give them time to develop.”
The youngster is eager to leave the club on loan and practically confirmed on twitter that he is close to an exit but the change of Manager at Stamford bridge might just cause him to wait a little as Hiddink will take his time to access the player’s situation.
This news will come as a massive blow to Arsenal, Manchester United and other top clubs who have been keenly monitoring the players’ situation at Chelsea with an intent to swoop in for him when the January transfer window opens in a few days time.