• Chelsea Loanee to Have Talks With Antonio Conte About Returning to Newly Promoted Huddersfield

    News Thu 1 Jun 2017

    Chelsea youngster Izzy Brown wants talks with manager Antonio Conte about his future at Stamford Bridge, with a return to Huddersfield next season a distinct possibility, as reported by the ​Mail.

    The forward is after first team football in 2017/18, and will not get that at the Premier League champions, and so will seek out Conte for discussions.

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    The possible move could be a £5m permanent switch, or another loan move, but Huddersfield boss David Wagner is desperate to keep hold of the 20-year-old after he helped inspire their promotion to the English top flight.

    Brown put in some impressive performances in the Championship last season – first at Rotherham and then Huddersfield from January onwards.

    He is certain to get a better chance of regular first team football with the Premier League new boys than the champions.

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    Speaking after their triumph over Reading 4-3 on penalties at Wembley, he said: “It’s a great achievement for all of us. To do it twice on penalties is amazing. You see every day how hard we work, every player gives 100% and I think it’s shown through the season we deserve this.

    “This is my first time at Wembley and it’s bigger than what you think on TV, and to see so many fans is amazing.”

    Brown will now represent the Young Lions at this summer’s European Championships in Poland, giving him another opportunity to shine.​

    Source: http://www.90min.com/posts/5080249-chelsea-loanee-to-have-talks-with-antonio-conte-about-returning-to-newly-promoted-huddersfield?utm_source=RSS

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