Chelsea have become very notorious for their policy of sending out a host of players on loan.
They have a massive 38 players out on loan this season. including the likes of Nathan Ake, Tammy Abraham and Andreas Christensen, with some of the players on loan in Brazil and Turkey.
This strange youth policy has been questioned in the past, and it has drawn some heavy criticism from many players who find their careers struggling on loan. One such player used to be Nigerian Chelsea star Victor Moses.
The 25-year-old has carved a place for himself in the current Chelsea set-up, as a wing-back under manager Antonio Conte. Moses has recently spoken up about the frustrations that a player on loan has to go through.
“I’ve been a little bit frustrated, I’m not going to lie,” said Moses, in an interview with Sport magazine.
“You spend about a month-plus in the hotel before you find your own place to stay – stuff there kind of plays in your head, and obviously the kids have to go to another place, go to school.
“I’ve not actually had time to relax. When the season finishes, you have to move back to London again, and those kind of things play in a footballer’s head.”