Chelsea starlet won’t stay at Inter

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Chelsea defender Wallace will not stay on loan with Inter for another campaign as the Brazilian youngster has not been afforded regular enough opportunities during his time at the San Siro.

Jose Mourinho allowed Wallace to leave Stamford Bridge on a season-long deal, but the 19-year-old has made only three appearances for Inter in Serie A, all of which have come as a substitute. Wallace has not played for Inter since October 20, when he came on in the 3-3 draw with Torino.

It is a situation that has left Wallace and his agent Frederico Moraes feeling perplexed, and the latter does not envisage there will be an extended period in Milan for the Chelsea teenager when the current deal expires.

“We do not understand why Wallace is not being used,” Moraes told FCInterNews, as translated by Forza Italian Football.

“We are told that he is training very well, but he is never given a chance.

“Naturally he will return to Chelsea in July. He has already been informed of the decision and he will be in London for summer training.”

Moraes, though, is convinced his client will become a ‘top player’ in the future, even if it may be some time before Wallace is able to establish himself as a regular in Mourinho’s first-choice Chelsea squad.

Chelsea confirmed the acquisition of Wallace from Brazilian club Fluminense in December 2012, but the player did not officially complete his transfer to Stamford Bridge until the end of last season.

He made his Chelsea debut during the club’s pre-season tour of Asia, with Wallace making this first appearance against Singha All Stars.

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