Fabrizio Romano Reveals: Four Players Chelsea Won’t See Again


Fabrizio Romano has stated that there are four players who won’t be seen playing for Chelsea again.

Transfer news expert Fabrizio Romano recently talked only to CaughtOffside for his latest Daily Briefing column. He discussed what might happen to several Chelsea players who are currently on loan.

Last summer, Chelsea sent Romelu Lukaku and Hakim Ziyech on loan. Many fans won’t be shocked to hear that Romano says these two players won’t be returning to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea’s Potential Departures: Insights from Fabrizio Romano

The Italian journalist also said that Ian Maatsen and Armando Broja, who went on loan to Borussia Dortmund and Fulham in January, probably won’t return to Chelsea after their loan periods are over.

Fabrizio Romano suggested that Chelsea might see some players leaving this summer, especially those currently on loan. Armando Broja is likely to be sold after his loan at Fulham. It is possible that Hakim Ziyech has already played his last game for Chelsea. Romelu Lukaku and Ian Maatsen are also expected to leave, but the fate of other players remains uncertain.

Assessing Chelsea’s Decisions: The Potential Risks of Letting Young Talent Go

We know that by the time Romelu Lukaku and Hakim Ziyech made their Chelsea starts, they had some time, but they didn’t perform at the level we expected them to. Indeed, it’s a risk for a club to lose more talents of such ability to Broja and Maatsen. Although Armando Broja encountered an injury, he could reach success if he had more playing time. He has performed relatively well by having only few appearances for Fulham through his loan period.

However, the youngster at Borussia Dortmund, Ian Maatsen, is doing a stellar job as they reached the Champions League final of this season. Leading to the point that even Chelsea, in this instance where Chilwell and Cucurella failed to impress. It is getting it somehow difficult for them to find a place for Maatsen whom it seemed better than them to play left-back.

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