Done Deal, Chelsea Gets Work Permit For Stay, Signs Four Years Deal, Cleared To Play

Dutch outfit Vitesse Arnhem have simply declared on their website that Chelsea fledging youngster, Danilo Pantic‎ has been granted a work permit which gives him the eligibility for him to ply his trade in Holland on a season long loan from the  West London side. The Serbian youngster was initially acquired by Chelsea on the 13th of July (last week) and prompt loaned out to the Eredivisse side on a season long loan. This was obviously done for two cogent reasons;
Firstly, in order to allow the kid to gain the ever so important game time experience which would have been very difficult for him to be actualised at Stamford Bridge and secondly, since a work permit being granted for him in England won’t be feasible at least for the time being.Chelsea secured his services from Serbian club Partisan Belgrade on a four year deal. He is presently on pre season duties with his new  Dutch side in Austria .

There’s a clear good cordial working relationship between ‎the Serbians parent club Chelsea and Vitesse Arnhem which as resulted in seeing a quite number of youngsters from Stamford Bridge heading to the Dutch side on loan in order to gain first team experience which is expected to bode well for their development. A food working in progress is that of Bertrand Traore whom have gain bags of experience when loaned out to Vitesse. The Bourkina fasso starlet was way head above shoulders when compared to his teammates at the Dutch side scoring a whooping 17 league goals. Also taking a look at the two clubs harmonious relationship  saw Dutch International Marco Van Ginkel,‎ seal a move to Stamford Bridge in 2013 from Vitesse  then subsequently loaned to Italian side AC Milan and currently to Stoke City.