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Community Shield can be Chelsea breakthrough for RLC

Ruben Loftus-Cheek was part of England’s World Cup squad that reached the semi-final in Russia earlier this summer. Just like his English Chelsea teammate, Loftus-Cheek was giving three weeks off by the club. The youngster however refused to take three weeks and returned to training a week early.

Antonio Conte wasn’t convinced by RLC’s qualities, so they decided to send him on loan to Crystal Palace last season. Maurizio Sarri has a completely different approach in comparison with Conte. Ruben Loftus-Cheek sees this as the perfect opportunity to realise his dream, playing for Chelsea Fc. He joined the club at the age of 8 and got promoted from the youth academy to the first team in 2014. He has played 22 matches so far in the first team, but never became a regular. That is exactly what he wants to achieve now. Ruben Loftus-Cheek dreamed about being an important player for the Blues.

The early return is not just to get playing time in the match for the Community Shield, but Ruben Loftus-Cheek sees this as the perfect opportunity to convince his new manager. With this striking move, he already convinced the Chelsea fans. They love the dedication of their player. He was already a popular player amongst fans because of his history in the youth academy, but this move made him even more popular.

It’s still questionable is Loftus-Cheek will play in the Community Shield, since he only has a few days of training in his legs when this match is played. But if he does, this is your chance to watch him live in action at Wembley. We have a wide range of tickets for the Community Shield match in London.