Chelsea boss Conte blasts Musonda over academy comments

Aubrey Yates
October 14, 2017

Now back with Chelsea, Musonda is still struggling for first-team football, and the London Evening Standard report that Antonio Conte will grant Musonda another loan move in January in order to give him first-team football elsewhere.

However, while Conte has acknowledged speaking to Musonda, the Italian has hinted that he is focused on looking forward and wants the player to concentrate on his development.

"I think Christensen can be a good example [to Musonda] and after two years on loan and after a good experience with Borussia Monchengladbach he is here and ready to play with Chelsea", Conte said. Honestly, he has to continue to work very hard to improve himself - the physical and tactical aspect but he is working very well.

"He must continue to work in the way that he is and to be focused on the pitch and not on social media, because social media is not the most important thing for his career". I told him this.

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"Above all, with young players, it is important to speak with him and try to explain which is the right way and I did this".

The Belgium Under-21 global joined Chelsea from Anderlecht in 2012 and spent the majority of the 2016 calendar year on loan at Real Betis, where he made 24 league appearances.

The 20-year-old, whose present contract with Chelsea runs until 2019, let his frustration be known over his lack of game time this season on social media earlier in the week. Musonda is likely to feature in Chelsea's fourth round Carabao Cup tie against Everton last month.

The former Italy boss has a wealth of attacking talent at his disposal including Eden Hazard, Willian and Pedro, and he could see fit to start the diminutive trio on Saturday when the Blues host lowly Crystal Palace, who have not scored a goal in the Premier League this season.

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