Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 21, joined Crystal Palace on mortgage ahead of the get started of the season to be certain he may play common first-team soccer.
He’s one in every of a bunch of Blues children plying their business in different places due to the loss of alternatives at the Bridge.
Former Chelsea guy Wright-Phillips believes he had “no other option” and stated: “It’s a difficult one as a result of there aren’t many younger players at the best golf equipment coming thru. So if Loftus-Cheek desires to play and to play for England he wishes to get video games below his belt for a minimum of two forged seasons.
“Romelu Lukaku leaving Chelsea is a first-rate instance: he went out and confirmed everyone that he’s up there as one in every of the very best strikers round.
“Loftus-Cheek has to pass in the market and end up himself now. He’s set himself up for his tale and his trail in the Premier League.”
But whilst the Chelsea adolescence aren’t getting time to shine, the Blues’ switch trade has long gone down smartly with Wright-Phillips.
Summer signing Alvaro Morata has come excellent whilst Antonio Conte is construction a brand new staff of champions.
He informed 888recreation: “I nonetheless suppose that Chelsea have fairly numerous intensity they usually stay identify challengers. Conte sought after extra players however for the staff that received the identify remaining season there isn’t a lot alternate they usually’ve added Morata who’s on fireplace at the minute. So I don’t suppose they’re being worried an excessive amount of.
“Morata is fast and he has an endeavour to get in the field when the ball is going in there. I’m playing looking at Morata.
“He’s assuring Chelsea lovers that they’ve not anything to fear about Costa leaving.
“I wouldn’t say that Morata is in Didier Drogba’s area now but when he helps to keep scoring and working in in the back of and developing possibilities for others then he’s heading in that course as a result of he does the similar issues that Didier did.
“He runs into channels, he creates possibilities, and he finishes.”