In recent transfer windows, the sight of young players leaving Chelsea and moving to another club on loan has been very familiar. Financially speaking, this strategy contributes a lot to the revenue every season. Usually, most clubs would have to pay them a fee to sign their players on loan. For some of the players, this is a chance to find first-team football and ready to challenge a role when they return. But for others, they want to utilise the deal to impress their new club for a permanent deal at the end of the season.
One of the players who were a part of Chelsea’s “loanee squad” this season is Jay Dasilva. The English under-21 international arrived at Bristol City on loan along with another two Chelsea players Tomáš Kalas and Kasey Palmer. After making 32 appearances across all competitions last season and impressed for the side, his move was made permanent for an undisclosed fee.
This tactical analysis will provide you with a thorough scout report which included Dasilva’s performance last season at the Ashton Gate. Meanwhile, using statistics, we will analyse the aspects he could improve this season.