Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater is set to complete yet another loan move away from Stamford Bridge, this time to Kasimpasa in Turkey.
Kasimpasa To Loan Danny Drinkwater
Another Loan Move For Drinkwater
According to reports, the 30-year-old is set to secure another short-term move away from the Blues, this time leaving England entirely and heading to Turkey in search of more regular first-team football.
His career as a Chelsea player has never really taken off since he secured a permanent transfer to the Premier League side from Leicester City. Despite being at Stamford Bridge since 2017, he has only featured in 12 league games for the side and has spent more time on loan at other clubs since the move.
He spent some time on loan at Burnley and after struggling to play regularly for the Clarets – just one game in the Premier League – he then was sent out on another loan to Aston Villa.
Danny Drinkwater Could Rejuvenate Career at Kasimpasa
Drinkwater only played four games for Villa, too, and is now back at Chelsea with no signs of any first-team action.
Now, he looks set to make another loan switch out to Turkey and to Kasimpasa.
Best Part of Career Came at Leicester
The best part of his career came during his time at Leicester. Not only was he a part of the Foxes side that won the Championship but he also was a part of the squad that managed the unthinkable and won the Premier League title to boot.
The midfielder was a hot commodity after his title-winning season at Leicester and was wanted by several top teams. It was Chelsea who eventually won the race for his signature but since the move, he has not hit the same heady heights as he did at the King Power Stadium.
He’ll hope that a move to Turkey could get him back to the midfielder that he once was in England.