GOODBYE: Chelsea star leaves Stamford Bridge

January transfer window has been slammed shut and clubs will have to make use of the players they have to face the remaining games for the season.

In case you missed it, with just hours to go to the close of the transfer window, Chelsea’s midfielder, Tino Anjorin joins Huddersfield Town on loan from reigning European Champions for the rest of the Sky Bet Championship season and will also be taking the vacant number seven shirt.

The England midfielder, 6’ 1” tall has played in the Champions League and Premier League for his parent club and spent the first half of the season on loan with Russian side Lokomotiv Moscow.

On joining the Championship side, the coach said, “I believe Tino is one of the most important young talents in Britain.

“He is now in the last part of his recovery from injury, and we expect he can be integrated into our squad during February.

“As soon as he is fully recovered, he will increase the possibilities of our squad. He can play in different attacking positions – as a 10, 11 or 7 – and he has the skills to make a real impact in our attacking play.”

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