Chelsea youngster Danilo Pantic has vented his frustrations after failing to impress in his loan spell with Vitesse.

  • By Michael Bell
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pantic viteeThe highly rated Serbian joined Chelsea in the summer from Partizan Belgrade, but was immediately loaned out to Vitesse in a bid for first team action. However, Pantic has only made six Eredivisie appearances, and all of those came before November.

Pantic has now vented his frustration to Blic (via Goal) and stated he wants to return to Chelsea.

The 19-year-old said, “I want to come back to Chelsea, just to train. Why am I in Vitesse if I am not good enough? I am crazy! I’ve made no mistake. If I had a chance and blew it, I would keep quiet.”

“Maybe in Vitesse they don’t like us Serbs: Nemanja Matic did not get a chance here either and Uros Djurdjevic played 22 matches in a year and a half.”

The youngster’s words are clearly born out of frustration, but he may want to check up on his facts, since Nemanja Matic made 28 starts in one season at the club, while Vitesse has a rich history with Serbian players, including Aleksander Rankovic, Danko Lazovic and Dejan Stefanovic.

Pantic is one of five Chelsea youngsters on loan in Arnhem, with Nathan, Izzy Brown, Dominik Solanke and Lewis Baker all having differing success this season.

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