Chelsea: £70million loanee XI (1)

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Chelsea have been criticised this season for the vast amount of talent they have purchased in recent years, just to ship them out on loan to other clubs.

Whether or not Chelsea's youth policy is immoral or not, nobody can deny that they have done well to bring in young players, such like Kevin de Bruyne, on the cheap, only to loan them out and reap in the rewards.

Chelsea currently have 28 players out on loan, some of which have cost them large amounts of money to sign.

However, the risk has more often than not paid off, with players such as Thibaut Courtois and Romelu Lukaku's value drastically increasing.

This article comprises some of Chelsea's best loanee talent into an XI that reflects Chelsea's current 4-2-3-1 formation, to make a team that could potentially challenge for trophies after a few more years of development.

Click through the following pages to see who makes the XI.e

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Nathaniel Chalobah
Victor Moses
Ryan Bertrand
Romelu Lukaku
Josh McEachran

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