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A Critical Decision needs to be Made!

After impressing at the recent 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Chelsea will be looking to place the exciting Christian Atsu out on loan.

Signed by Chelsea last summer, on a five-year deal, from FC Porto, Atsu spent last season (like so many others) on loan at Vitesse Arnhem where he scored 5/b> times in 28 appearances, before playing in all three of Ghana`s World Cup group games.

But, his antics at the World Cup and in the Eredivisie last season, have alerted a host of clubs to his potential with the likes of;-

• Aston Villa
• Everton
• West Ham
• Celtic
• Espanyol
• PSV Eindhoven
• Hamburg

all expressing an interest in a player who has already won 26 international caps.

So, our question to you is;-

Where do you think it is best to place Christian Atsu considering that regular first team football is the optimum requirement?

Writer:Merlin
Date:Saturday July 26 2014
Time: 12:41PM

Comments

0
on loan to Everton .. where else? lol
Blue_Mel
26/07/2014 12:59:00
0
To Everton in exchange for Barkley or first refusal on Barkley.
Blue1989
26/07/2014 13:18:00
0
Everton... He needs to stay so close to the top in a very competitive league.....
DonDhammih
26/07/2014 13:31:00
0
At Everton or back to portugal...
seanwillex
26/07/2014 13:58:00
0
Everton,an aggressive loan in the EPL will help his development
DANNYGOLD
26/07/2014 15:15:00
0
Deulofeu is deemed not to return to everton hence atsu filling into that position won't make evrton miss the young man so much. Everton my choice ofcourse
kolagold25
26/07/2014 15:25:00
0
I want him playing week in week out. I'm afraid he won't be 1st choice at Everton and will turn into a Moses. I also want him high on confidence. My choice would be Celtic because it's a team probably at or at a higher level than Everton or any other Premiership team in contention. Along with that, it's a physical league and he will probably get a taste of champions league football. This means playing a pot 1 side twice. So id say Celtic but if that doesn't work out then I guess risk it and ship him to Everton.
ChelseaLover123
26/07/2014 15:30:00
0
Celtic aren't anywhere near as good as Everton and the Scottish Premier League is about League 1 standard. If he is going to play every week Everton is the obvious choice. If he won't start at Everton find the next best place he will start at; West Ham, Villa, Germany, Spain, Holland then Celtic last. Football is so bad in Scotland Roy Keane turned down the Celtic manager's job to be the assistant manager at Aston Villa.
CobhamBlue
26/07/2014 16:07:00
0
Everton is a good option, he'll take Deulofeu's place in the squad. Though I wonder why martinez isn't asking for his old boy Moses!!
syed230183_chelseafc
26/07/2014 17:54:00
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