Chelsea are lauded for grooming young talents across the globe but also notoriously known for their policy of loaning them out and rarely offering senior opportunities to shine and settle at the Bridge. Plenty of Chelsea rejects have proven their worth elsewhere and currently performing with distinction for their respective outfits. The saga of Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku is now well known to every individual who follows the league and the failure to explore Mohamed Salah has to be another major misjudgment by the London Blues. An array of youngsters are still out on loan in several leagues and a few of them are already demanding for settlement knowing the uncertainty of their future in Chelsea colors.

Michael Hector, the 25-year-old Jamaican centre-back, is currently on loan to Championship strugglers Hull City and wants to plant roots upon completion of his 14th loan spell. The defender was a surprise transfer deadline day signing from Reading in the summer of 2015 and was sent back on loan to the Royals as part of the deal. His last season spent at Bundesliga with Eintracht Frankfurt and despite making enough appearances back in Germany, Hector was again loaned out this term to newly relegated Hull City who were supposed to compete for an immediate Premier League promotion. 

Although he still has two years left on his Chelsea contract, the English-born Jamaican international knows his time is running out and has emphasized his desire to play week in week…

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