Danilo Pantic signs for Chelsea

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Chelsea have completed the signing of talented midfielder Danilo Pantic from Partizan Belgrade, with the Serbian youngster joining Vitesse Arnhem on loan ahead of the 2015/16 campaign. 

The youngster, who starred in the Europa League last term, can play in the centre of midfield and out on the left wing, but will now look to continue his development in the game over the next year. 

At 18, he looks set for an extremely bright future in the game, but will have to wait before making his debut in west London. 


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He's certainly pleased to be signing for the Stamford Bridge outfit and is hoping to prove his worth at Vitesse next term. 

As reported on the club's official site, the youngster stated: "I am very happy to sign for Chelsea, the champions of the English Premier League, and I hope I can show my value at Vitesse in the coming season. I am honoured at the faith both clubs have shown in me."

Future is bright

In truth, Chelsea have received a great deal of criticism for not allowing young stars progress onto the first team scene over the last few years, but it certainly appears that Jose Mourinho is trying to change that. 

The Portuguese tactician clearly has a long-term strategy in place in west London, so expect to see a slight change in the club's methods over the coming years. 

Of course, the likes of Pantic and Co. have it all to do to prove themselves at the Premier League champions, but if they're good enough then there's no reason why they won't be handed their chance to shine. 

Chelsea fans: Which young players deserve a first-team chance? Have your say below!

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