Last week we brought you the news about Ulises Davila joining Chelsea, and he signed a five year contract on 27 August. Today he has left for Holland and will be spending the season on loan at Vitesse Arnhem.
Chelsea have already loaned out teenager Tomas Kalas to the Dutch club this season and he will now be joined by Davila. The Technical Director at Vitesse is Ted van Leeuwen and he has been speaking to the clubs official website. He said, “He (Davila) is an open guy who will fit perfectly into our group. Ulises is very motivated to take Vitesse Arnhem to the top.”
Before he can play though Vitesse will have to obtain a work permit, but they anticipate little problem in obtaining one.
Davila is a young player with a bright future and Michael Emenalo who is the Technical Director at Chelsea has praised Chivas for letting him come to Chelsea. He said, “Ulises has been a highly scouted player by a lot of clubs. He has made great progress in the last couple of tournaments we have seen him play in. We are delighted to have been able to get this deal done, Chivas is a superb club with a strong reputation in player development and world football. And we are confident Ulises will be able to continue his fast development to become an important Chelsea first-team player.”
Another quality player for the future then for Chelsea and a season in European football will do him the power of good. The futures bright, its blue and white. Come on you blues.
Is it three seasons at Arnheim before he gets citizenship and can then play for us? Trying to remember what the deal with Alex was? Regardless of which he won’t ever qualify as a home grown player will he as he is too old.
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