Chelsea loanee tearing up Championship

Chelsea have loanees all over the world, and it can be hard to keep track of their successes. But some, closer to home, are hard not to notice.

The Championship season is 5 games old already, and some players are well established as starters for their sides. While others like Lewis Baker are still battling for the first team, Ola Aina has started every game for Hull, and has impressed hugely for the Tigers.

A Tweet on Wednesday night from underlined this:

On their site he is the 13th highest rater player in the whole division after a superb start to his professional career in the senior game. Chelsea have just spent decent money on a backup to Victor Moses, and Davide Zappacosta may prove yet another obstacle in Aina’s long road to the first team, but if he carries on like this there’s no reason it’s not one he can overcome.

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Jamie Vardy sends message to Chelsea ‘enemies’ ahead of Leicester clash

Jamie Vardy sends message to Chelsea ‘enemies’ ahead of Leicester clash
Jamie Vardy has a message for Chelsea’s former Leicester stars ahead of Saturday’s showdown

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
Thursday 7 September 2017, 00:15 UK

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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte Photo: The Sport Review

Jamie Vardy has warned Danny Drinkwater and N’Golo Kante that he will consider them as “enemies” when Leicester host Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday.

Drinkwater followed in Kante’s footsteps and completed a transfer from Leicester to Stamford Bridge last week as he became one of Chelsea’s six summer signings.

Kante, meanwhile, earned plenty of praise and won the PFA player of the year award last season after he helped Chelsea to win the Premier League title in Antonio Conte’s first campaign at the club.

Drinkwater could make his Chelsea debut against his former club after his deadline-day transfer to Stamford Bridge from Leicester.

However, Foxes striker Vardy insists that he will not be bothered about their status as former team-mates when the game kicks off.

Vardy said on Sky Sports News on Tuesday: “It will be good to see them again but obviously come kick-off they’re enemies to me.

“That’s just how it is – as soon as the full-time whistle goes we’ll be back to talking again.”

Chelsea head into Saturday’s game on the back of impressive victories over Tottenham Hotspur and Everton, as they bounced back from their shock 3-2 loss to Burnley on the opening weekend of the season.

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