Chelsea will send many of their brightest young stars out on loan next season to gain some vital first team playing experience according to Get West London.

The Blues lifted the FA Youth Cup for a third consecutive year after defeating Manchester City’s young guns 3-1 at Stamford Bridge last night (4-2 on aggregate).

After another successful year for the club’s academy, Chelsea’s next challenge is developing their young players from academy stars into senior first team regulars. Academy trio Tammy Abraham, Jay Dasilva and Jake Clarke-Salter are all set to leave Stamford Bridge on loan next season with many others to follow.

Goal machine Tammy Abraham could have a long queue of clubs desperate to secure his services. The 18 year old talismanic striker is arguably The Blues’ hottest young talent after netting 26 goals for the club’s academy side this season.

Defender Jake Clarke-Salter made his senior debut for The Blues in a victory over Aston Villa earlier this month and could be set to leave the club on loan for more regular first team football while left back Jay Dasilva could be on a number of clubs’ wanted lists after lifting the FA Youth Cup on three occasions. The pacey full back has been compared to Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos.

Chelsea have no less than 30 youngsters loaned out across Europe and that number could now increase after the club’s historic FA Youth Cup triumph.

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I am Dan Pentland and I am a York City season ticket holder and volunteer for men's health charity Prostate Cancer UK. In May 2015, I completed my childhood dream of visiting all 92 Football League grounds. Follow me on Twitter @DanPentlandpcuk and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/dpentlandawaydayspcuk/

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