Chelsea midfielder Kasey Palmer’s loan spell at Huddersfield Town has been terminated after just six months and he is now returning back to Stamford Bridge.
The 21-year-old joined the Blues back in 2013 and after spending a couple of seasons in the academy setup the youngster was sent out on loan to Huddersfield Town in 2016 where the pacy and dynamic midfielder played 25 games. Both Chelsea and Huddersfield were impressed with the player’s performances as a result of which Palmer signed a new contract with Chelsea and then went back to Huddersfield on yet another season-long loan.
But his second spell with the Terries has not gone down too well as he picked up a hamstring injury in September – as a result of which he was sidelined for a couple of weeks. And ever since returning back Kasey Palmer has not been able to win back the trust of manager David Wagner.
Palmer announced on his Instagram profile yesterday that his loan spell with the Terriers has ended and his will be returning back to his parent club.
Unfortunately my time at Huddersfield has come to an end. I Would like to thank everyone involved at the club but most importantly the fans for their constant support throughout my time. The memories which I created here will stick with me forever! I wish the club all the best in the future. Looking forward to the next chapter in my career. All The Best Terriers #KP45 ❤
But now according to a few reports coming out of England, Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in signing up the player and might launch a January bid in order to bring the youngster to Molineux.