Chelsea's forgotten centre-back set to leave Blues to join Fulham in January

Michael Hector will leave Chelsea in January after an agreement was made with Fulham to transfer him permanently.
The 27-year-old has been with the Blues since 2015, however, has not made an appearance for the club and, instead, has been on several loans.
The Jamaican international has spent time at Reading, Eintracht Frankfurt, Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday, impressing with the Owls in the Championship.

A deal for the centre-back with Fulham was close in the summer transfer window, however fell through at the last minute and instead he remained with the Blues, training with the rest of the loan players and youth team.
However, ahead of his permanent transfer in January, Hector is now going to heading to Fulham to train with his new club, instead of at Cobham.
Before joining Chelsea, Hector was also at Reading on a permanent basis, however, made little impact and was bounced around on loan as well.
But last season with Sheffield Wednesday he made 39 appearances to help the Owls to 12th in the Championship table.
However, his time with Chelsea has now come to an end and he will be back playing in January in the second tier.

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