Huddersfield Town have secured the services of Chelsea midfielder Tino Anjorin for the 2022/23 season. The 20-year-old returns to the John Smith’s Stadium where he spent the second half of last season.
Chelsea Midfielder Tino Anjorin Makes Huddersfield Town Loan Return
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Midfielder Returns for Season-Long Loan
Tino Anjorin has agreed a season-long loan with the Championship side. Unfortunately, the start of his first spell with the Terriers wasn’t helped by injury. He experienced the club at a positive time though, as they reached the play-offs, losing out in the final to Nottingham Forest.
Once he had recovered from his injury, Anjorin was able to make an impact. Coming on as a substitute in the 65th minute against Coventry City, the midfielder showed a glimpse of why he is said to be highly rated at his parent club. Anjorin scored from the penalty spot, helping Huddersfield into fourth place in the table, with the club ultimately finishing third.
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Huddersfield Town’s Relationship With Chelsea
The Terriers have a reputation for aiding the development of young talent and building their careers. Chelsea have shown they trust the West Yorkshire club with players, having sent them Levi Colwill last season as well. Other Chelsea loanees to learnt their trade with Huddersfield include Kasey Palmer & Trevoh Chalobah.
Anjorin is likely to get plenty of first-team football at Huddersfield. It is fair to believe Anjorin would have started more for Huddersfield last season if not for recovering from the injury he picked up before the move.
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Having spent a period of time at the club last season, Anjorin knows the area, which may have proved helpful for the club in convincing him to return. It won’t take the midfielder long to fit back into the team. Anjorin is sure to be welcomed back at the John Smith’s Stadium with open arms.