Chelsea management read riot act to Charly Musonda

Lamisha Musonda plays for Belgian club KV Mechelen and used to be at Chelsea

Chelsea have reminded academy player Charly Musonda that he has to earn a place in the first team after he expressed frustration at a lack of opportunities on social media, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

Newcastle United are on high alert after Chelsea youngster Charley Musonda has hit out at his current club in a cryptic post on his official Instagram.

The Belgium Under 21 global uploaded a black square and cryptic message to his Instagram account, which now has nearly 150,000 followers.

The wide man faced a huge summer as he weighed up whether to stay at Stamford Bridge or try his luck elsewhere in a bid to play first-team football - and he did have interest from other clubs.

Simply posting an image of a completely black screen, Musonda wrote: 'You sacrifice, you work hard, harder, you give more than what's expected, and often more than you can, because you love what you do and clearly more than you should. "And what do you get back?"

"However, with this being said I will continue with same dedication and commitment".

Brother of Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda, Lamisha, has expressed his anger with the Blues on social media, after the way that they're now treating his sibling.

Per MailOnline's Andy Warren, his brother Lamisha Musonda was one of many who replied to the post, taking a shot at the Blues.

"A loan was never a real option".

Musonda impressed on his full debut against Nottingham Forest last month, scoring a goal in the 5-1 Carabao Cup win.

According to The Mirror, Chelsea have responded to the youngster who joined the club from Anderlecht all the way back in 2012. He's trying to work a lot to improve his physical impact.

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