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Head of Football announces pure delight after seeing late Chelsea transfer deal get announced

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Huddersfield Town have signed Chelsea youngster Tino Anjorin on loan until the end of the season.
We now have one of the best academies in the game and under Thomas Tuchel, some of the best talents are heading to Stamford Bridge believing that they will be given a real chance in the Blues first team in the coming seasons.

The Blues have been handing contracts to the young players at the club for the past few weeks, and Anjorin only agreed a five-year deal with the club just last season.

But after failing to make an impact on the first team this season, the Blues have allowed the talented young man to join Huddersfield until the end of the season

Dorset-born Anjorin joined the club development centre programme at under-sevens level, officially signing for the club two years later, and he has been very highly-rated by many of the coaches at the club, who believe he can eventually become a regular in the first side.

Huddersfield Town’s Head of Football Operations Leigh Bromby commented:

“We’re delighted to welcome Tino to Huddersfield Town today. He’s a top, top talent and his arrival will be seen as a coup for this Club across football given the understandable level of interest in him.

“I would like to thank Chelsea for trusting us with the development of one of their best young players, just as they did with Levi Colwill. I believe our track record at how we have looked after their footballers over several years rightly plays in our favour and makes today’s arrival possible.

“Tino looks like the ideal player for our squad. He’s a creative, attack-minded midfielder who can play through the middle or off the side. He’ll need a little time as he finishes his recovery from his injury, but we believe he’s well worth the wait.

“I’m excited to see what Tino can add to our already competitive squad.”


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