Two Chelsea strikers move on loan to Premier League clubs

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– France international Loic Remy has made a loan move to Crystal Palace

– Brazilian youngster Kennedy leaves Chelsea to join Watford on loan

– Both players have an option to seal a permanent deals if they impress

France international striker Loic Remy has made a move away from Stamford Bridge to Crystal Palace on a season-long loan deal.

The 29-year-old has failed to pin a starting shirt with Chelsea since making a promising move from Newcastle during the 2013/2014 season after scoring 14 goals in 27 appearances for the Magpies.

Two Chelsea strikers move on loan to Premier League clubs

Loic Remy

After finding himself behind the pecking order of Diego Costa and Michy Batshuayi, Remy has decided to join Christian Benteke to bolster the Eagles attack at Selhurst Park making him the fifth summer signing.

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Meanwhile, out of favour Chelsea winger Kennedy has completed a last minute summer move to Watford on a season long loan deal with an option to be made permanent.

The Brazilian youngster was signed by Jose Mourinho from Fluminese for £7imillion last season and have failed to impress under new boss Antonio Conte.

Two Chelsea strikers move on loan to Premier League clubs

Kennedy in action for Chelsea against Aston Villa next season

Kennedy who can double as a left-back and a winger becomes the 12th player to arrive at Vicarge Road after a poor start in the new season.

The transfer situation at Chelsea is not finished yet as the Blues are rumoured to snatch Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez.

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