Posté le 22nd Aug 2017
Chelsea tickets continue to be hot sellers on Football Ticket Pad and customers can be seen flocking to Stamford Bridge on a regular basis to catch a glimpse of some of the biggest names in football. However, Chelsea have built a reputation for loaning some of their prised young assets and this season, Ticket Pad customers have the opportunity to watch five Chelsea stars representing rival clubs with their Premier League football tickets.
Izzy Brown: The talented midfielder signed a new four-year deal at Chelsea immediately prior to joining Brighton on a season-long loan in the summer. Brown will continue his development for a second successive season away from Chelsea after helping clinch promotion with Huddersfield Town last season. He scored crucial goals on the Terriers' path to promotion and David Wagner reportedly wanted another season of Brown before the forward opted for a season at Albion to continue his development. Click here to buy Brighton tickets and see how they get on in their debut season in the top flight of English football.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek: He is highly regarded at Stamford Bridge but has been unable to get the regular minutes that his quality deserves at Chelsea. The 21-year old needs game time at the highest level and once he was made available for loan by the Blues he became Frank de Boer's first signing as Crystal Palace manager. Loftus-Cheek will be hoping to benefit from his first loan spell away from the club and finds himself in familiar surroundings in London.
He is a player who possesses great quality on the ball and his versatility makes him a valuable option for the Eagles this season. He is young, hungry and eager to impress and has not looked out of place so far in the top flight. After only managing a mere 32 appearances for the Blues over three seasons, he should benefit from playing regularly and continue to hone his undoubted talent. Crystal Palace tickets are growing in popularity, can Loftus-Cheek meet the rigorous demands of the Premier League? Find out with Crystal Palace tickets this season.
Kurt Zouma: Perhaps the most high profile player to leave Chelsea on loan. Zouma signed a new six-year deal with the club before heading to Stoke for the remainder of the season after a host of clubs expressed interest in his services. A ruptured ACL curtailed his season last term after a promising breakthrough season in the Blues defence and a move to Stoke can be a great piece of business for both parties.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes will be looking to provide the platform for Zouma to regain his fitness and form which has allowed him to shine at Chelsea. Buy Stoke tickets today and see if Kurt Zouma can propel the Potters up the table this season and work his way into the long term plans of Antonio Conte next season.
Tammy Abraham: One of the hottest properties in the Chelsea ranks right now. The 19-year old looks set for a second successive season out on loan at Swansea City following a extremely fruitful spell at Bristol City last season which saw the forward notch 26 goals and become the club’s Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year and Top Goalscorer for the 2016/17 season.
Abraham has proved himself in the Championship and he will be looking to take his chance when given the opportunity to showcase his talent in the Premier League on a regular basis with Swansea City this season. Football Ticket Pad has plenty of amazing ticket options available in the Premier League. Buy Swansea City tickets today with a 100% guarantee and see how Abraham leads the line for the swans alongside the experience of Fernando Llorente in attack.
Kasey Palmer: Palmer will spend a second consecutive season on loan with the same club after he helped Huddersfield to Premier League promotion last term. Although he is yet to make a first-team appearance for the Blues, he is contracted to the club until 2021 and made 26 appearances for the Terriers in all competitions last season with five goals to his name. Buy Huddersfield tickets today and see if Palmer can continue his impressive development this season with some great ticket prices listed.
Four of Chelsea’s academy graduates - Nathan Ake, Dominic Solanke, Nathaniel Chalobah, and Bertrand Traore have also all joined top-division sides for a combined fee of £37 million. All four have enjoyed a state-of-the-art education; excelled during loan spells at Chelsea’s feeder clubs; earned a healthy sum of money for their parent club; and can now look forward to senior careers at Bournemouth, Liverpool, Watford and Lyon respectively after leaving the club on permanent deals. Chelsea continue to develop young talent and their conveyor belt of academy graduates making their way in the game is showing no signs of slowing down.