That is the view of BBC Sport pundit and previous Chelsea striker Chris Sutton.
Loftus-Cheek, who is spending this season on-mortgage at Crystal Palace, made his England debut within the zero-zero draw with Germany at Wembley closing Friday.
The midfielder performed all the 90 mins and is as soon as once more set to start out in opposition to Brazil this night time (8pm).
Ex-Chelsea winger Pat Nevin is concerned about the quantity of younger English gamers coming thru at his former membership.
But he claims they’ll need to stay move out on-mortgage to end up how just right they’re, like Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham, who is at Swansea and likewise made his England debut in opposition to the sector champions.
“The next group looks like a bunch for Chelsea doesn’t it and they’re all beginning to get opportunities now,” Nevin instructed BBC Radio five Live.
“They’re getting video games, Loftus-Cheek gets a recreation when he’s long past out on-mortgage, Tammy Abraham gets a recreation out on-mortgage. It could be that they get sufficient video games.
“So you occur to be taking part in with Palace, in case you’re just right sufficient, it is going to display thru, you’re taking part in within the Premier League.
“They may now not get video games for Chelsea.”
Sutton requested Nevin whether or not Loftus-Cheek could be a typical if he returned to Stamford Bridge subsequent season.
Nevin answered with some other query, asking: “Do you think he’s better than Cesc Fabregas?”
Sutton gave a easy reaction, pronouncing: “Yes I do.”