He appears to have settled in well in west London so far, scoring twice for the club’s under-21 side against Palace before the international break. While he predominantly plays in the No 10 position, he is also capable of playing on the right.
Given Chelsea’s struggles in attacking positions so far this season, there may be a place for him in the squad. The frontline is crying out for creativity, something which he may be able to provide. It remains to be seen whether or not Potter will give him any match action but it is certainly an interesting development to see him remain with the squad for so long.
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