3. Ruben Loftus-Cheek – A tall, combative midfielder in the ilk of Nemanja Matic, Loftus-Cheek has been earmarked as a future star already purely based on his size. He has two senior substitute appearances this season; one in the Champions League and also during Chelseas 1-1 draw with Manchester City in January. Now that their first Premier League title since 2010 has been secured, can we expect to see Jose Mourinho blood some academy products into the Chelsea first team over the remaining weeks of the season?The Portuguese manager has typically adorned a reluctant approach to squad rotation this campaign, with 10 of his first-team regulars starting 25 league games this season – and only Diego Costa falling short after being curtailed by injuries.In games when the Blues’ boss has rotated he has paid the price, none more so than when they were stunned by Bradford City in the FA Cup.Mourinho’s stubborness since that defeat has been well documented as he holds only a select group of his players in the highest esteem, which has been represented on the pitch.Yet, with no real incentive to play, some Blues’ fans are imploring Mourinho to give some of Chelsea’s promising next generation a chance, particularly after an extremely profitable youth campaign.Chelsea’s Under-21s are in the mix to win the Under-21 Premier League, whilst their Under-19s were crowned European champions after claiming the UEFA Youth League title.As a result, talkSPORT has looked at five possible candidates at Mourinho’s disposal who could make the step up over the coming weeks… 5. Dominic Solanke – to find out which other exciting starlets could get game time this season, click the yellow arrow above, right! – A genuine 35 goal-a-season man, Solanke has taken the Chelsea youth teams by storm this campaign. He reached the landmark during the Blues 3-1 victory over Manchester City in the FA Youth Cup final first leg last month, and became Chelseas youngest ever Champions League player as a substitute last autumn. 5 4. Andreas Christensen – A prominent member of the UEFA Youth League winning side, Christensen is a versatile defender who can be deployed at right back or in the centre. He made his full senior debut by playing 90 minutes against Shrewsbury in the League Cup in October, and did the same in the infamous Bradford defeat. 5 5 5 5 2. Nathan Ake – Ake is already a Europa League winner with Chelsea after being an unused substitute in the 2013 final and is a Blues veteran in comparison with the others with four senior appearances. He spent part of this season on loan at Reading, but produced an assist or Eden Hazard on his Champions League debut for the Blues against Maribor in October. 1. Isaiah Brown – Brown is the Premier Leagues second youngest player of all time, actually appearing against Chelsea for West Brom in 2013. He captained the Under-19s to their UEFA Youth League win and was named man of the match in the final after scoring two goals. Jose Mourinho said, after Brown scored a brace in a pre-season game for the Blues, that he should be blamed if the 18-year-old doesnt become an England international under his management.