Chelsea academy prospect Kyle Scott has reportedly requested a transfer away from the Stamford Bridge as the youngster sees no real chances to get promoted to the Chelsea first team. The 18-year-old talent from the United States joined Chelsea as a under-10 from Southampton and is now one of the most promising young talents in the Chelsea youth system.
Chelsea’s academy probably has the most number of best talents in England who has won Three FA youth Cups and Two UEFA Youth Cups in a row. Chelsea also has 30+ players loaned out to many clubs around Europe in which you can at least get 10 players who can play the first team for any top football club in England. Faring Ruben Loftus-Cheek who is with Chelsea’s first team for the last one season, no other Chelsea graduate has made a significant mark in the first team as they were ‘NEVER’ given the opportunity to showcase their talent.
Chelsea’s loaning system of Young players has not earned much praised from the footballing geniuses who are continuously criticising the club’s youth policies as they see the talents are getting wasted by too much loan spells. But Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s promotion sounded a strong message to the youth talents at Chelsea! If you have enough talent in you to convince the manager and the board, then you will not need to go on loan to prove your talent.
Kyle Scott is considered as one of the most promising talents from Chelsea academy who played a vital role in Chelsea youth winning the UEFA Youth Cup for the second time in a row beating Paris Saint-Germain in the final. Scott reportedly has offers from a host of top European Clubs and may leave Chelsea in the summer to find a better stage to achieve his aims. The impressive midfielder recently signed a contract extension with Chelsea which will keep him at the Stamford Bridge until 2019.
Kyle Scott’s decision to leave Chelsea is just the beginning as so many youngsters are getting frustrated by Chelsea’s loan system including highly rated talents Charlie Musonda, Ola Aina and Dominic Solanke who all want a move away as soon as possible.