Rovers loan Chelsea youngster

Chelsea Under-21 captain Todd Kane has joined Blackburn Rovers on loan, it has been confirmed.

Last Updated: 10/01/13 at 00:03 Post Comment

Todd Kane: Joined Blackburn Rovers on a one-month youth loan

Todd Kane: Joined Blackburn Rovers on a one-month youth loan

The right-back, who has been with the Blues since Under-8 level, joins Rovers on a one-month youth loan, through to February 10.

With defender Adam Henley facing a hefty spell on the sidelines with a hamstring injury, Rovers' caretaker manager Gary Bowyer was quick to secure the services of the England Under-19 international.

Kane, who is yet to play for his parent club, ended the 2011-12 season as part of the winning first-team squad that flew to Munich for the Champions League final.

The 19-year-old is available for Rovers' upcoming Championship fixtures against Wolves, Charlton Athletic, Brighton, Bristol City and Ipswich.

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