Chelsea have once again let go of another high profile youngster who is the captain of their under 23 side, MySportDab reports.
The Blues are known for grooming talents in surplus but ending selling them after a couple of loans moves.
Leeds United and Chelsea have confirmed a deal for Lewis Bate who will be leaving Stamford Bridge this summer window.
The Under 23 player will be heading elsewhere as he looks to establish himself by getting regular playing time with a lesser team.
According to reports from GOAL, Leeds United have completed the signing of Lewis Bate from Chelsea for £1.5 million.
The teenager has signed a three-year contract with the Yorkshire side, as he seeks first team football away from Stamford Bridge.
The midfielder is known for his ability to control the game with his defense splitting pass which was seen more in the just conclude Premier League 2 season.
Bate, who made 20 appearances for Chelsea’s U23s in Premier League 2 last season, becomes Leeds’ fifth signing of the summer transfer window.
This comes following the arrivals of Junior Firpo, Jack Harrison, Shaun McGurk and Amari Miller who all made the switch to the Premier League side.
Lewis Bate will be one of the many youngster who are making a move elsewhere this summer with them needing more game time.