Loaning out player is a part of transfer policy where players change club for some period of time but still remains as a member of his/ her parent club.
Chelsea loan policy has been heavily criticised by many football fans, coaches, directors and players.
Unlike Barcelona who give youth footballers the opportunity to showcase their talents by promoting them to the senior team, Chelsea are used to sending out their players on loan to other clubs.
Chelsea have more than 38 players on loan to other clubs, making them one of the clubs with the highest number of loaned players in the world.
Ola Aina, Loftus-cheek, Solanke, Tammy Abraham among others are some of the players sent on loan despite showing glimpse of brilliance while playing for Chelsea in pre-season tour.
Solanke who is currently with the English National team who will be playing against Brazil in a friendly match at the Wembley stadium today,says there’s more to gain from Chelsea’s loan policy.
Solanke who failed as most others in the category of players loaned out, said that “It helps you as a young player, going out and seeing a different [type of] football and culture ”
He also speaks on his international debut against Germany. He said it’s a dream come, he never expected the invitation, but according to him, “anything can happen in football”
On the friendly match against Brazil, Solanke speaks on how he feels if he get his chance to play.
“It’s crazy, really. It’s every boy’s dream and toplay at Wembley against a great nation like Brazil, so it will mean a lot.” Said Solanke
The latest player that has made wave while on loan is Ruben Loftus-Cheek and fans have called for the star to return to Chelsea while Christensen is also doing well as an academy product.