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New Huddersfield Town loan signing Tino Anjorin receives significant green light from Chelsea


Tino Anjorin has finally arrived at Huddersfield to complete his rehabilitation after a broken metatarsal before his debut for the Terriers.

Town of Huddersfield agreed to loan the attacking midfielder to Chelsea for the rest of the season on January’s transfer deadline day, but initially remained in London to work with medical staff at his parent club.

As the city’s head coach Carlos Corberán explained the plan was for Anjorin to join his new club in mid-February once Chelsea gave the green light – and it has now been confirmed that the 20-year-old is at Canalside for the final stages of his recovery .

Town tweeted a picture of Anjorin working with senior physical performance coach Callum Adams in the gymnasium at the club’s training ground.

It’s still unclear when Anjorin will be able to join the rest of the squad for full training, which will be the last step before he can make his first appearance.

Anjorin spent the first half of the season on loan with Lokomotiv Moscow before suffering a foot injury in November.

Chelsea recalled him from Russia to send him to Town for the remainder of the campaign, and it is hoped he will bring more verve and creativity on the ball to a team that have been in excellent form but could still do with that last bit of sparkle in the final third at times.

Anjorin is capable of playing in midfield or on the wing and boasts an impressive number of goals and assists at academy level.

This sidelined him for the Chelsea first team, for whom he has made five appearances in all competitions over the past two seasons.

Although Monday is his first day at Town, Anjorin will have been greeted by a few familiar faces among fellow Chelsea academy graduates Jamal Blackman, Levi Colwill and Jon Russell.