Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda will remain at the club next season, if the words of his elder brother are to be taking seriously.
There have been speculations linking the Belgian with a move away from Stamford Bridge, with reports in the media last week that he is on the verge of completing a £5 million move to Scottish champions Celtic.
Statements credited to Celtic boss Brendan Rodger also appeared to fuel the reports of his move to the club.
“Celtic have been great in trying to make [the transfer] happen and, if we can close the deal out, it will be a high level of quality. “He is young but is a big talent who has got experience. It’s good money
that will be spent on him.
“The player I’m talking about is of a substantial pedigree and quality.
“We have players who can play there but it’s about getting pace and power and also another one that can make the last pass.
The highly-rated 20-year-old who returned to Chelsea in January after a brilliant loan spell with Real Betis has attracted a number of clubs to himself.
But his elder Lamisha Musonda, has dismissed such rumors claiming that Charly is staying at Chelsea.
He posted on his Instagram page: “LOL. I love Dedrcyk (Boyata). No one could get near him. Celtic interest is flattering but Charly’s a Chelsea player”.
A loan move may still be on the cards if he fails to break into the Blues first team