Chelsea have been one of the busier teams in Europe in the summer transfer window with the new boss Antonio Conte trying his best to get players of high calibre to add to his squad.

The likes of Michy Batshuayi and N’ Golo Kante will have their own effects on the squad and will help them to bounce back from their dismal domestic campaign last season.

Conte is still in search of other additions to his squad but with the transfer window  slowly closing its end, the manager will have to decide on the futures of the fringe players in the squad who may not get any game time next season.

And according to recent reports, Chelsea are set to let two of its youngsters leave on loan in the coming days.

Brazil Under-20 international Kenedy and USA international Matt Miazga are both closing in on loan moves according to reports.

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Kenedy has reportedly received an offer from Walter Mazzari’s Watford side and it is now understood that the 20-year old has agreed to make the move this summer.

It is revealed that Antonio Conte was not able to promise the youngster regular first team football and that a mutual agreement has been reached for the player to leave the club this summer.

It will be interesting to see how Mazzari uses the Brazilian in his first season in the Premier League with the Hornets.

Matt Miazga on the other hand has also been linked with a move away from the club recently.

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Eintracht Frankfurt were reportedly interested in his signature but the 21-year old reportedly rejected a move to Germany and is now on the verge of completing a loan move to a Premier League outfit.

It is revealed that two unnamed Premier League clubs have approached Chelsea for his signature on a loan basis and it is understood that the player will leave for either of the clubs in the coming days.

The loan deals are said to be only for a year with Chelsea hoping that the duo can realise their potential and come back to Chelsea with enough experience and quality to get into the first team in the next season.