Chelsea youngster Billy Gilmour is seeking a loan away from the Stamford Bridge to help him see a higher level of play that will help his development as a player.
Gilmour had told Daily Record that he is being motivated by the stories of other Chelsea youth players that enjoy success away from the club, adding that their games always record increase.
He noted that Jake Clarke-Salter and Fikayo Tomori are already out on loan at Vitesse Arnhem in Holland and Derby County respectively while Tammy Abraham is having it good at Aston Villa.
Gilmour, who is highly rated at the Stamford Bridge and named among the top 60 prospects in the football earlier this season, is of the opinion that he will see better improvement in his game if he leaves the club on loan elsewhere.
Meanwhile, Chelsea have noted that they wish to have their kids get to experience and developments elsewhere before returning back to the club.
There are suggestions that the Stamford Bridge side are looking forward to enriching their youth team as they are not known for youth development.
Most players in the Chelsea team are already established ones as others allowed to move out until they are ready