Charly Musonda’s dad reckons his son would be better off going away from Stamford Bridge
July 20, 2015
Charly Musonda’s dad reckons his son would be better off going away from Stamford Bridge for at least a season.
Musonda, who is only 18 years of age at present, is a part of the junior team of the Blues and has been awarded a contract extension just recently.
But, he is still quite a distance away from featuring for the first team.
There are a few foreign clubs that want to sign him on loan.
Monaco is keenly interested and according to Charly’s dad, the teenager should not hesitate at all in signing that deal as having some first team game under his belt is very important for him at this point in time in his career.
Speaking to a daily yesterday, he said, “Charly should think about the other options that are there. He has been approached by Monaco quite a few times. Some others have also been interested.”
“He hasn’t had any sort of discussion with the Chelsea management about that until now, but, for him to develop at a good rate, it’s important that he starts playing at the highest level now.”
“This is a crucial phase. He is pretty good technique wise, but, the game is not all about technique. There are other aspects too which need to be taken care of.”
Charly Musonda actually shares the same name with his dad who was also a professional Footballer and played a lot of club Football in Belgium.
The senior Musonda happened to be quite a successful international Footballer as well for the country of his birth Zambia.
He played a total of 48 games for Zambia and found the net 4 times.
He would surely want his son to outnumber him in terms of the international matches.