The transfer policy adopted by Chelsea this summer has been an interesting one and a bit different to their usual style. Coach Antonio Conte also have come under lot of scrutiny for his handling of the young players in the club.
The latest of Chelsea player to be sent on loan is striker Izzy Brown. The 22-years-old striker will be joining newly promoted side Brighton Albion in a season long loan move, according to reports.
Chelsea signed Brown from West Brom in 2013 and have been consistently been loaned out. He was at Huddlesfield last season and was instrumental in helping them gain promotion to the top flight of English football by scoring eight goals and providing six assists.
He will now play in the top flight next season and will have the opportunity to showcase himself to Chelsea and other top clubs in England.
The manager of Brighton Chris Hughton was very excited over the players move to his Club. “He is a player with great potential and will bring a different dimension to our attacking options for the season ahead, alongside our existing strikers.”
Like the case with Zuma, Chelsea offered the striker a four years deal before sending him on loan which might invariably mean that he still have a future at the Bridge.