Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard has commented on midfielder Daniel Drinkwater’s transfer to Turkish club Kasimpasa on loan.
“It’s important for Danny to think about the short term right now. I don’t take it negatively, I just suggested that he go over and play a little. This will paint a picture of how we will move forward. If he plays regularly, he will feel better. Danny had difficult life circumstances. Some things he did not control. Perhaps renting will be a catalyst for progress. In Chelsea, he does not enter the field, this is not the best situation. So let’s hope we did better, first of all for him, « – quoted by Lampard Goal.
Drinkwater is a Manchester United graduate and has gone on loan to Huddersfield Town, Cardiff City, Watford and Barnsley. In 2012, Daniel moved to Leicester City, for which in the next five years he spent almost 200 matches and with whom he sensationally became the champion of England. In 2017, the midfielder was bought by Chelsea, but he did not gain a foothold in the team. He spent the first half of last season on loan at Burnley, and the second at Aston Villa. Drinkwater last entered the field in mid-February last year.