Tuesday, 17 July, 2018

Charly Musonda unhappy with Chelsea treatment

Lamisha Musonda plays for Belgian club KV Mechelen and used to be at Chelsea Lamisha Musonda plays for Belgian club KV Mechelen and used to be at Chelsea
Theresa Hayes | 12 October, 2017, 00:06

"However, with this being said I will continue with same dedication and commitment to this great game", he added.

Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda reignited questions regarding his future by posting a cryptic Instagram message that appeared to address his lack of opportunities at the club.

However, Musonda has only played once for Chelsea since joining the club in 2012, although has been on the bench four times for the Blues this season.

The message - along with a comment from his brother Lamisha which more directly criticised Chelsea's approach to their academy youngsters - was deleted on Tuesday, but not before it was seen by a large number of people.

Brother of Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda, Lamisha, has expressed his anger with the Blues on social media, after the way that they're now treating his sibling.

Can the likes of Musunda, Tammy Abraham and Ruben Loftus-Cheek break that mold in the coming years....?

Passionate Musonda admitted he was so overwhelmed after scoring on his Blues debut that he cried. I was very happy and you could see that.

"Honestly, in the last game I felt a really good atmosphere in the changing room - a good link between young players and old players".

Some interpreted the post as a criticism of Chelsea and head coach Antonio Conte, but Musonda has denied that. "These are two players with good prospects", Conte said.

"He is working a lot to improve his physicality and we are working with him to be ready".

Having spent time at Real Betis on loan, the Belgian returned to west London hoping for more chances to impress, with Conte promising him reward if he worked hard, but thus far such opportunities have been few and far between.