Chelsea’s Charly Musonda looks to be rather unsettled at Stamford Bridge . The winger has been reprimanded for a cryptic Instagram post that seemed to criticise the club for failing to give him more first team opportunities.
The message has since been deleted but the Belgian under 21 international has been told by the Blues that he should demonstrate his ability on the pitch, rather than sounding off on social media, in order to gain more chances.
Musonda scored on his full senior debut during the 5-1 win over Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup back in September, but he has not made an appearance in the first team since then.
The 20 year old is said to have been told to look at the examples of Andreas Christensen, Tammy Abraham and Ruben Loftus-Cheek who have gained first team experience in loan spells away from Stamford Bridge.
Musonda’s previous loan spell at Real Betis did not exactly go to plan though. The winger spent the second half of the 15/16 season, and the first half of the 16/17 season at the La Liga club, but he managed just one goal and three assists in 24 games before a knee injury ended his time in Spain prematurely.