Arsene Wenger is reportedly keen on bolstering his side in the January transfer window for the second half of the 2015/2016 season.
Chelsea starlet Charly Musonda has confirmed that he will be leaving West London on loan when the winter transfer window opens in January, according to IBTimes.
The 19 year old attracted interest from a lot of clubs last summer including Olympic Marseille and Monaco but the winger remained at Stamford bridge as the Blues were desperate to keep the star.
The winger is reportedly frustrated with life at Stamford bridge after being overlooked by Jose Mourinho on several occasions and he is unhappy with his lack of first team involvement.
The winger has practically confirmed that he is close to an exit on a temporary basis in order to gain first team experience somewhere else.
“It is now time to take the next step to continue my progression on loan and develop furthermore towards becoming one of the very best one day at Chelsea. With hard work and dedication I believe I can and I am very excited.”
The player’s father had previously urged his son to leave West London but with recent developments, it seems Charly Musonda senior wishes will soon be granted.
The 19 year old is a prominent member of the Blues under 21 side that has won the Uefa Youth Champions league and FA cup youth league.
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