Chelsea youngster Kenedy could push for a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer, according to Goal.
Kenedy was drafted into the squad while Jose Mourinho held the reins in West London. However, despite being seemingly suited to the left-wing-back role in Antonio Conte’s 3-4-3 system – the Brazilian has been starved of game-time under the Italian’s stewardship.
Goal believe that Kenedy may well look for the exit door if he is unable to secure regular first-team football at Chelsea. Goal note that the Blues rejected loan and permanent offers for Kenedy in January, but could change their stance this summer.
Goal report that Kenedy’s representatives will meet with Chelsea at the end of the season to discuss his future, with the 21-year-old thought to be pushing for a move away from Chelsea.
It would be a shame to see a player with so much potential leave the club, but he certainly wouldn’t be the first.