A wise move by Lampard – The time is right for Chelsea to bid adieu to this forgotten 25-year-old ace

Why Chelsea should offload Lucas Piazon at the earliest

Chelsea, under Frank Lampard, are in the middle of a big transition. One of the features of this side in recent history has been the loan system that they’ve adopted.

There has been a change with many players like Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount getting their chances this season but there are others who still haven’t made the cut – like Lucas Piazon.

The Brazilian has come out publicly. according to the Sun, stating that he’s looking for a new club after being on loan at 7 different clubs.

He’s currently at Rio Ave but and is no longer a youngster, despite his child-like appearance. He’s 25 and Chelsea must trim the squad if they are to head into this new era with more conviction.

Piazon is a bit of an everyman and can play in most of the forward roles but it’s hard to believe he’s still a Chelsea player, having made only 3 appearances for the club in all that time.

It’s best for the player himself and Chelsea if they can come to a mutual agreement, where they terminate that relationship.

Lucas Piazon
Lucas Piazon

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He still has a lot to offer and was compared to Brazilian legend Ricardo Kaka as a youngster but has never elevated himself to play to the hype that had been generated but with a settled side, he might be able to realize his potential.

Chelsea have some difficult fixtures ahead against Wolves and Liverpool and will be hoping that they can hold their own. It’s not been easy so far and they need a big break.

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Written by Suwaid Fazal

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