Chelsea are set to send forth yet again one of its future potential stars to gain more experience and play time abroad for a season loan deal.
According to reports, Chelsea had reached an agreement with Bosnian club Fk Sarajevo for a season loan move for their shot stopper Matej Delac.
The 22 years old Croatian international signed for the Chelsea in 2010 from Inter Zepresic, but has failed to make any competitive appearances for the senior team.
The Coatian U21 shot stoppr spent second half of last season with Fk Sarajevo helping them win the League in Bosnian-Herzegovina.
This transfer would be the Croatian seventh loan move away from Stamford Bridge after being loan to clubs such as Vitesse, Vojvodina, Sarajevo and Arles in the past.
However, it must be pointed out that Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and his management team see him as a part of the club’s future hence the deal is a mere loan and not permanent deal. This makes perfect sense in that even if he had stayed with Chelsea, the chances of him actually playing is very remote even in the cup games since Begovic who is likely to be the second choice is likely to be the one playing the cup games.