Charly Musonda unhappy with Chelsea treatment


Charly Musonda has risked the wrath of Antonio Conte after the Chelsea youngster launched a shock tirade on the club.

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

"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." he said on the social media site.

'And what do you get back?

The post was interpreted as a dig towards Chelsea following his recently limited chances, and although it's alleged that this wasn't the case, Musonda is failing to convince many given the post's evident frustrations.

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He has started one match for the first team and scored - in last month's Carabao Cup win over Nottingham Forest.

Conte's primary concern about Musonda is his slight frame, which the Italian believes is not ready to handle the physical demands of Premier League football.

The 20-year-old spent last season on loan with La Liga side Real Betis, where his impressive performances prompted Conte to include him in their first team squad this season.

It's unlikely that Musonda will play for the Blues anytime soon.

His brother Lamisha was with the Chelsea youngster on his recent holiday and posted a comment to his Instagram page, which publicly confirmed that his cryptic post was about Chelsea.

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"Literally nothing, . done", Musonda said on Instagram.

"He is working a lot to improve his physicality and we are working with him to be ready".

"For sure he's a talented player and he has to continue in this way".

Call us insane but we don't think that's going to help matters.

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