Do stay or go? Ruben Loftus-Cheek of Chelsea Conundrum

Midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek hopes to continue playing in the Premier League for the next season and has hinted that the club have a quality squad, according to coach Maurizio Sarri.

Sarri spoke after the 22-year-old Loftus-Cheek offered his best performance with a hat-trick in the 3-1 win over the Belarusian side BATE Borisov.

Loftus-Cheek – the first Chelsea player to score three times in European competitions since Didier Drogba played 12 years ago – only played 33 minutes in English football, despite the fact that he enjoyed the World Cup.
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He started his first England friendship in England in September, but since then he has got his team-mate Ross Barkley to take part in Chelsea and England as manager of Gareth Southgate and is keen to play regular players.
Chelsea fans may have said "It's one of our jobs & # 39; during the Europa League, but that did not happen to take Sarri.

"We have four midfielders, three in the same way," Sarri told BT Sport.

& # 39; I'm afraid of Ladies & # 39;

"They are very central midfielders, just one with a lot of other features – [N’Golo] Kante is a midfield player.

"So it's very difficult to put a line-up on both players in the middle.

"We have tactical problems in midfield."

Also Kante, Sarri used the summer signing Jorginho – who is well known for the Italian international and Mateo Kovacic.

Loftus-Cheek is not an example of Chelsea's Roman Abramovich's talent for the youth academy and has failed to find the club's first game.

But his case is narrow. Since he graduated from the 2014 Academy, he has been selected for 35 matches in all competitions and has won Jose Mourinho, Antonio Conte and now Sarri.

Former England manager Glenn Hoddle believes Loftus-Cheek – who has already played for the club last season, refused to join the Bundesliga side at Schalke 04 to fight for the Blues.

"Some of Ruben's lessons have made this evening, it's fun," said Hoddle, who is now a respected musician.

"I'm just afraid of the boy … he's moving if he wants to improve.

"He is a quality player in England and we want to see him playing.

"I want to see if he can play in the style of the game in the big horn.

"Nobody knows if he can play three games in a row – he does not even know."

Loftus-Cheek's part said he would play a case-by-case basis – and we hope his regular bloody diet will continue.

| Edited by: You are Abe