Chelsea ready to sanction Cristian Cuevas & Joao Rodriguez loan deals

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Chelsea are poised to allow two more players to leave the club on loan this summer.

Cristian Cuevas and Joao Rodriguez are both expected to join Royal Mouscron-Peruwelz in Belgium, according to the Daily Mail, with the duo furthering their careers away from the Blues once again.

Cuevas, a versatile left-back who can also play in a more advanced position, spent last season on loan at Universidad de Chile in his homeland.


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The U20 international has also enjoyed spells with Vitesse and FC Eindhoven in Holland after his initial move to Chelsea back in 2013.

Rodriguez, meanwhile, is a 19-year-old forward who joined the Blues from Deportes Quindío in the same year.

He returned to his former club for a season on loan and has since spent time at Bastia and Vitoria. He is a Colombian U20 international.

Jose Mourinho has already allowed a number of players to leave the club this summer, some on loan and others permanently.

Petr Cech and Didier Drogba are the most high-profile exits, whilst new signing Nathan has also left Chelsea on loan.

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Asmir Begovic is another signing unlikely to feature regularly at Stamford Bridge next term, although Radamel Falcao will be hoping to challenge for a starting spot up-front after joining on loan from AS Monaco.

A starting spot is something Cuevas and Rodriguez are a long way from on the King's Road, and at this stage it seems unlikely that either player will make a significant impact at Chelsea.

Both have struggled to shine on their respective stints away from the club and remain relative unknowns among supporters.

If either hold serious hope of appearing for the Blues in the immediate future, then the move to Royal Mouscron-Peruwelz could be crucial.

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