Charly Musonda’s time at Celtic could be ending earlier than expected, as Chelsea are unhappy at his lack of playing time, according to a report.
The Daily Telegraph claim that the English side are angered by the fact that the 21-year-old has only started two games for the Hoops since moving to Glasgow in January.
The Belgian wasn’t even on the bench for the Bhoys for their 5-0 title win over Rangers on Sunday.
Musonda was signed in the January transfer window on an 18-month loan deal, so perhaps this season is all about bedding in for the player.
That’s not impressed the player or his parent club though, and perhaps it would be best for all involved if he terminated his loan deal early and returned to London in the summer.
He has showed some glimpses of talent in his cameo appearances with the Hoops, such as his beautiful flighted pass to Callum McGregor which set up the winning goal against Zenit in the Europa League.
However, there is no guarantee that the player will get anymore game time next season, as James Forrest, Scott Sinclair and Lewis Morgan will all be competing for a place on the wing.
These things happen in football, transfers sometimes don’t work for one reason or another and it looks like this has turned out to be the case with Musonda.
Brendan Rodgers doesn’t rate him clearly, and he’s showed few signs he’s good enough. That’s plain to see.
It’s time to get rid.
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