As the winter transfer window gradually comes to an end, Chelsea is set to let Tino Anjorin is going out on loan from Stamford Bridge again, heading to Huddersfield Town in the Championship, despite interest from Southampton.
The 20-year-old has spent the first half of the season at Lokomotiv Moscow but has not been a regular in the first team, making just two starts in the Russian Premier League.
Football.London report that his next step is to move to West Yorkshire, where another Chelsea youngster, Levi Colwill, is also on loan.
It is something of a surprise after Southampton were reportedly interested in the midfielder, although the Saints could look to secure a permanent deal in the summer.
Anjorin has made one Premier League appearance for Chelsea, coming off the bench in a 4-0 win over Everton in March 2020 under Frank Lampard.
Thomas Tuchel has reportedly been impressed by the youngster, who has represented England at various youth levels, but competition is fierce for places in his Chelsea side.
Huddersfield are currently seventh in the table and pushing for a play-off spot, so it is an exciting time for Anjorin to be joining the side, managed by Spaniard Carlos Corberan.