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Piazon open to Prem loan move

Chelsea youngster Lucas Piazon has hinted that he would welcome a loan move to another Premier League side next season.

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Lucas Piazon: Unsure of first-team chances

Lucas Piazon: Unsure of first-team chances

The 19-year-old Brazilian spent last season on-loan at Malaga in La Liga and admits that his first-team opportunities may still be limited at Chelsea.

A temporary move to another English club is an option he is willing to consider.

"It's hard to say how often I will play or if I will play at all," he told ESPN Brazil.

"We have to wait and see if any Premier League clubs will be interested in me."

Piazon also welcomed new boss Jose Mourinho to Stamford Bridge and is relishing linking-up with the Portuguese tactician.

"I am excited, everything will change," he added.

"It will be very good to work with someone like Mourinho."

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