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Duo Set for Loan Moves

Duo Set for Loan Moves

Two of the rising stars of our youth set up are, according to the media, being tipped to go out on season long loan deals next season.

Lewis Baker, a mere nineteen years of age, has made sparkling progress over the last twelve months and the player, likened to a young Frank Lampard, is being tipped to join up with the former Chelsea favourite, Gus Poyet, up at Sunderland. Apparently the deal hinges on whether Poyet can guarantee Baker regular first team football to allow the youngster to continue his development.

Jaoa Rodriguez, a mere eighteen years of age and a youngster from Colombia, is set to improve his striking skills at our favourite Dutch club, Vitesse Arnheim, thereby following a trail so many others have followed before.

We`ll confirm these moves when / if they become public knowledge.



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Writer:Merlin
Date:Sunday June 1 2014
Time: 10:54AM

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It's good for both, though would have preferred Baker in the first team squad this season.
syed230183_chelseafc
01/06/2014 13:45:00
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I feel lewis baker should be groomed with our first team rather than him going on loan. I hope the club gets this right
kolagold25
01/06/2014 14:34:00
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I agree with both ,we should not consider any loans with such gaping holes in our own squad .
Michael Reid
01/06/2014 19:25:00
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How come we trust a Manager who doesnt rate Lukaku, to integrate Baker into first team...loan move is best for the kid...atleast he can play some football, rather than getting destroyed at chelsea first team
Blu_run
02/06/2014 05:50:00
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