Premier League side Chelsea have announced a permanent transfer of a forward out of Stamford Bridge.

Business haven’t been done in the manner the football world expected but as it seems now things have started to fall in place.

Chelsea who have an army of players out on loan have announced that one of them has left the club on a permanent deal wishing him good luck.

Charlie Brown has joined MK Dons on a permanent deal from the blues, as confirmed on the Chelsea website.

Brown joined Chelsea from Ipswich Town in the summer of 2016 and was part of the Under-18s squad that won the quadruple in 2018.

The 21 year old has tasted pro football on loan with Belgian second-division side Union SG, but the parent club opted to take him off their payroll by shipping him out on a permanent basis and the three parties agreed a deal for him to join League One side MK Dons.

Brown does seem to have a decent eye for goal, and right now League One is probably about his level of potential, but he does have the ability to develop even more in the future.

A whole lot of players who are owned by Chelsea but are on loan would be hoping to move this summer, the likes of Ike Ugbo, Victor Moses and co.