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Brentford land Blues youngster

Chelsea midfielder George Saville will spend the first few months of next season on loan to League One club Brentford.

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George Saville: Chelsea youngster has joined Brentford on loan

George Saville: Chelsea youngster has joined Brentford on loan

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The Griffin Park club have struck a deal to keep midfielder Saville until January 5.

The 20-year-old, who is yet to make a senior appearance for the Stamford Bridge side, spent the end of last season at Millwall.

He made just two Championship starts during a two-month loan spell.

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