With Maurizio Sarri finally set to be appointed as the boss at Stamford Bridge, attention will quickly turn towards the season ahead.

Despite the summer transfer window dominating the headlines, Chelsea already have a wealth of talent available to them that Sarri could utilise next season.

Whilst at Napoli he was criticised for his lack of rotation, but with Chelsea competing in the Europa League next season, games are going to be coming thick and fast.

It has been well documented that Chelsea have dominated at youth level for some years now, winning continuous FA Youth Cups as well as lifting the UEFA Youth League twice in recent years.

However, these young stars are yet to really get a chance to prove themselves in the Premier League, or even the cup competitions.

If Sarri is keen to battle to the likes of Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho for the Premier League title, then he’ll need to manage his squad carefully. After all the plaudit Sarri earned in Italy, Chelsea will be right up there with as one of the contenders for the Premier League title and you can Get free bet offers with no deposit required.

The likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi, Daishawn Redan and Mason Mount have all shown promise in an academy environment and now deserve the opportunity to be valuable members of the first-team squad, who can provide the necessary respite to other senior players if Sarri has his eyes on the Premier League.

Rather than sending these players out aimlessly on loan spells across Europe, there could be valuable game time on offer in the League Cup and Europa League next season.

Chelsea know what it takes to win the Europa League and handing chances to these promising youngsters could be the perfect platform for them to realise their potential closer to home.

YouTube: Benfica v Chelsea: 2013 UEFA Europa League final

While these players may get between 30-40 games under their belt away from Stamford Bridge out on loan, that experience would not give the opportunity of being involved in the first-team squad for crucial games in the latter stages of knockout competitions.

Whilst not being in the Champions League will come as a huge blow financially for Chelsea, it could present them with an opportunity to finally bridge the gap from the academy to the first-team squad and potentially save them millions of pounds on transfers going forward.