Danny Drinkwater Joins Kasimpasa On Loan From Chelsea

Chelsea outcast Danny Drinkwater has completed a loan move to Turkish minnows Kasimpasa.

The £110,000-a-week man has agreed a temporary switch until the end of the season.

Drinkwater has not featured in the first team since the 2018 Community Shield against Manchester City and has been forced to train with the kids at Cobham.

After failing to impress on loan at Burnley and Aston Villa, the 30-year-old has been seeking an overseas loan move since the summer.

The England star will now head to the Turkish capital Istanbul after putting pen-to-paper with the club who sit 13th in the Super Lig.

Drinkwater still has 18 months left on his deal at Chelsea with boss Lampard eager to get him off the wage books.

The former Leicester midfielder is eager to reignite his career after a dramatic fall from grace since arriving at Stamford Bridge.

Drinkwater made just six appearances in total during spell at Turf Moor and Villa Park.

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During his time with Villa, he was sent away from the club's training ground after headbutting team-mate Jota.

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