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08/01/2019 - 19:40 BST

Chelsea Youngsters Are Realising There’s No Pathway – Former Premier League Star

 




Former Premier League star Danny Gabbidon believes that the young talents at Chelsea do not see a pathway to the first team at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea are infamous for signing up young talents from across the world and then sending them out on multiple loan stints, with many of them never playing a first-team game before leaving on permanent transfers.




John Terry remains the last Chelsea academy graduate who became a star at the club and they are now in danger of losing Callum Hudson-Odoi to European giants Bayern Munich.

The German champions have met his asking price, but Chelsea want to hold on to him until the end of the season and look to convince him to commit his long-term future at the club.

 


But Gabbidon indicated that it would be smart for Chelsea to sell him if the winger does not sign a new contract.

He feels with each passing day the players coming out of the Chelsea academy are becoming convinced that they do not have a realistic chance of becoming a first team player for the Blues.

 


The former Wales international took to Twitter and wrote: “Absolute madness selling Hudson Odoi but if he ain’t gonna sign a new deal??

“Problem is Chelsea mop every trophy up at Youth Team level when the only thought is about football and developing those boys but as they progress they then become part of a business model.

“These young talented boys know there is no pathway to the first team so they are now realising the best thing to do is to move on with the Bundesliga well aware that the best young players about at this moment in time are English.”


Chelsea won the last five FA Youth Cups before being knocked out by Manchester United this season.