In a recent report, The Telegraph has stated that Chelsea are ready to consider sending defender Fikayo Tomori out on loan when the transfer market reopens in January.

The Blues centre-half is struggling to get regular game time at West London this term, so Frank Lampard might consider sanctioning the star’s loan departure during the winter transfer period.

Fikayo has only made three appearances for Chelsea this campaign, receiving a total of 224 minutes of playing time in various competitions.

The lack of playing time has disrupted his recent progress at the club which is why Lampard should let him depart on loan at the start of next year.

The English centre-half needs to start matches more often if he wants to continue getting better with each campaign.

He might enjoy some time away from Chelsea, so this January transfer window could be an ideal opportunity for him to go out on loan in search of more game time in the second half of this term.

At 22, Fikayo is on the verge of establishing himself as a regular starter in the English top-flight. Hence, it makes a lot of sense for the ace to temporarily seal a move away from the club, preferably to another PL club this winter.

The west Londoners will hope that Tomori can learn from his loan experience and come back as a better player next year so that he is ready to be a regular feature in Frank’s first-team in the years to come.