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Chalobah goes back to Chelsea

Burnley FC

7:46am 5th January 2015

Burnley Football Club can confirm that Nathaniel Chalobah has today returned to parent club Chelsea at the end of his loan deal.

The England U21 midfielder made four substitute appearances for the Clarets after joining the club at the end of August.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche said: “Nathaniel will go back to Chelsea and we thank him for his efforts in his time with us.

“We hope he has developed here, albeit not on the pitch as much as he would have liked. He has, however, been an active part of the group and has been a credit to himself.

"We wish Nathaniel well as he looks to further progress his career.”

 

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