Chelsea Set to Recall Andrey Santos from Nottingham Forest Loan

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Chelsea Set to Recall Andrey Santos from Nottingham Forest Loan
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Despite Chelsea’s high regard for the 19-year-old midfielder Andrey Santos, his playing time has been limited, with only 97 minutes of first-team football since his summer move to the City Ground.

Even with the dismissal of Steve Cooper, the situation remains unchanged, as the arrival of Portuguese speaker Nuno Espirito Santo as his replacement has not changed the dynamics for Andrey Santos.

Nottingham Forest is pleased to align with Chelsea’s preferences, fostering a positive relationship between the two clubs as they work together for mutual benefit.

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Andrey Santos will decide on his next moves, with the constraint that he can only pursue a loan move to another English team. FIFA regulations restrict clubs to seven overseas loanees, and Chelsea’s allocation is already filled.

Palace and several Championship clubs have expressed interest in the one-time Brazil international Andrey Santos. However, Chelsea is not hastily committing to another loan move at this time.

Within the Chelsea board, there will be a meticulous evaluation to determine the most conducive path for Andrey Santos development and avoid repeating a potentially wasted six months.

During the interim period, the Brazilian is expected to train under Mauricio Pochettino at Cobham, and there’s a possibility that he may extend his stay at Chelsea until the end of the season.

Should Santos make an appearance for the Blues in January, it would extinguish his chances of securing another loan move this month, as FIFA regulations permit players to represent only two clubs in a single season.

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