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Antonio Conte Does Not want to Loan Out Chelsea Rising Star Charly Musonda

In news that will appeal to most Chelsea fans, but probably not the player himself, Charly Musonda will be ship out on loan by Antonio Conte in the January transfer window.

Without much ado, the Belgian youngster is undoubtedly talented and looks to have a bright future ahead of him, but that hasn't been enough to guarantee him regular minutes at Chelsea, where he has made his struggles for pitch time public.

Earlier this month, it was reported that Chelsea boss Antonio Conte was considering sending him out on loan in January after he dropped a post on Instagram that seemed to last out at the Italian manager.

“You sacrifice, you work hard, harder, you give more than what’s expected," he wrote." And what do you get back? Literally nothing…done.”

However, it doesn't seem as though the youngster will be leaving Chelsea any time soon. According to the Evening Standard, the British tabloid claims that Conte is against sending Musonda out on loan next year and thinks he has a future under him at Stamford Bridge.

The Italian boss named Musonda in his squad that lost against Crystal Palace after international break, with the attacker coming off the bench in the second half to nearly equalise for Chelsea.

The former Juventus boss has revealed the Belgian will play in the Blues' match against Everton on Wednesday in the Carabao Cup.

The 21-year-old made his first start for Chelsea in said competition, scoring his first goal as well, and should make his fifth appearance of the season on Wednesday night.

A good performance against the struggling Toffees, who sacked Ronaldo Koeman on Monday, will certainly heighten his chances of finding favour under the Italian man, but has to make the most of this chance as the boss isn't one for much patience.

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