Chelsea are laying plans to alter their loan policy for the upcoming season, by demanding more from clubs, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Premier League champions are set to be tougher on clubs who do not plan to use their players on a more regular basis, as they seek to see players who are sent out on-loan gain as much playing time as possible.
The Blues have extensively utilised the loan market in recent years, with large numbers of youngsters been sent out on a temporary basis. The club seeks to see them gain first team experience elsewhere, in the hope that they will increase in value, as they play more often.
Both Patrick Bamford and Kenedy have seen loan stints cancelled in the past few years, after failing to play regularly enough, and this news comes amid rumours that head coach Antonio Conte wishes to see major changes undertaken at the club.
The Italian is believed to be disgruntled with Chelsea’s hierarchy, as the Daily Mail suggest, due to the lack of transfer activity, with reports also suggesting that he could leave the club.
Some of the players that could be sent out on-loan during the upcoming season include Tammy Abraham, Nathaniel Chalobah, Ola Aina, Nathan Aké and Jay Dasilva, as The Metro report.