Charly Musonda hits out at Chelsea in astonishing rant

Charly Musonda hits out at Chelsea in astonishing rant

"However, with this being said I will continue with the same dedication and commitment to this great game".

Chelsea attacker Charly Musonda has taken to Instagram to vent his frustrations about his current situation at Stamford Bridge, amid reports the young Belgian is disgruntled with recent contract talks and a lack of first-team opportunities.

The message - along with a comment from his brother Lamisha which more directly criticised Chelsea's approach to their academy youngsters - was deleted on Tuesday, but not before it was seen by a large number of people.

He had an impressive full debut against Nottingham Forest, scoring in the Carabao Cup win last month, but has received no guarantees over playing time under Conte, who recently said of Musonda: "He's trying to work a lot to improve his physical impact".

However, Terreur reckons Musonda's situation is different because they had already established themselves as first-team regulars before they joined Chelsea. Striker Abraham and midfielder Loftus-Cheek, meanwhile, are taking their chances at Swansea and Crystal Palace respectively.

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It's unlikely that Musonda will play for the Blues anytime soon.

"I was pleased to see this type of performance from Charly and Kenedy". I had to wait for so long for the game to start, a 7.45pm kick-off, so when the game started I was at ease and I felt really good.

Boss Antonio Conte told Musonda to seize any chance he gets in Chelsea's star-studded team.

"He's a talented player and he has to continue in this way".

Having spent time at Real Betis on loan, the Belgian returned to west London hoping for more chances to impress, with Conte promising him reward if he worked hard, but thus far such opportunities have been few and far between.