Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Chelsea youngster joins Sunderland on loan

Chelsea youngster joins Sunderland on loan

"One of the reasons I've come to the club is because the manager is great with young players, so I can't wait to learn from him". Even Browning, who has largely impressed, has cost the Black Cats key points in matches this season with naive errors.

Clarke-Salter was also sent out on loan last season to Bristol Rovers where he featured 12 times for Darrell Clarke's side, scoring 1 goal.

With the Championship club not sanctioning much of a budget to sign new players, it is evident that Coleman will look to sign players on loan and acquiring Clarke-Salter will be a positive step forward.

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Clarke-Salter revealed that Coleman was the main reason he agreed to make the switch, claiming his "mind was made up then", after receiving the call from the manager.

With the FIFA World Cup approaching, the former Marseille man is looking to get regular first-team action, but for Chelsea, it is believed that they will only sanction his move if an alternative is acquired.

This season the youngster has spent the first half of the campaign at Stamford Bridge.

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However, his most notable achievement to date came in the summer with the England Under-20 side winning the Under-20 World Cup.

Clarke-Salter has been at Chelsea since the age of eight and has won multiple FA Youth Cup and UEFA Youth League medals with the Blues.

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