Kasey Palmer, 19, who is yet to break into the first-team at London club Chelsea will now spend next season on loan at Championship side Huddersfield Town, after agreeing a one year loan deal.
The Chelsea youngster has moved to the championship team on a 12-month loan deal, where he is expected to continue his development.
The starlet, who is yet to make his first team debut, made the substitutes’ bench on two occasions for the Premier League club at the tail-end of the 2015/2016 season, but never got to play.
His loan move to the English championship will help him gain first-team experience in the second tier of English football, under the tutelage of former Jurgen Klopp’s assistant David Wagner.
The move of the highly skillful player is expected to help the Englishman to take the next step in his football career, which on his return to Chelsea will hopefully make him a better and stronger player.
Many, who have seen the 19-year-old midfielder play, agree he has a future in the game if he continues to develop the way he has started. And with so many players ahead of him in the Chelsea first team, going on loan will give him much needed experience.
The attacking midfielder won the Toulon invitational tournament with England National U-21 team back in May.
Here is the snapshot of the announcement by Huddersfield;
REVEALED: #htafc‘s 16/17 @pumafootball away kit – worn by new signing @Kasey_Palmer10! https://t.co/nUEgH8muze (DTS) pic.twitter.com/x5TT2PKBBh
— Huddersfield Town (@htafcdotcom) July 15, 2016