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July 3, 2019
Stopper opens up after summer exit and Chelsea make decision on Argetine ace
Goalkeeper Marcin Bulka has revealed he is leaving Chelsea because of unfulfilled promises about his playing time.
Reports earlier this year suggested Bulka had signed a pre-contract with French giants PSG, as the French giants looked to take advantage of the fact he could leave us for nothing this summer, and now the Poland Under-20 international says it will soon become clear where his future lies.
“At the moment Chelsea, but the contract expires on June 30 and then I will be a free agent,” he told TVP Sport.
“I know where I stand. The situation is slowly becoming more or less clarified. Soon, it will be officially confirmed, with whom I will sign a contract. I told you earlier that I would leave Chelsea.
“I talked to many people from the world of football, it was not a secret I informed the club that I would not sign a new contact.
“I left Chelsea not only because of Kepa, but there were also several other aspects that we talked about after the preparations for the season last year and which were not me
“What I have been told has only come true in a few percent. We did not quite get along. That’s how it looked, but I did not get a chance.
“I have no regrets about Sarri. It seems to me that not putting me out was not just his decision. I wanted to go on loan, but I was not let go. Yes, I chose to see if I would regret it or not, but it seems to me that I will not.
“I thought about this decision for a very long time and chose that after the season I will be a contract and I will be a free agent.”
Meanwhile, We have officially announced that Gonzalo Higuain will not be making the permanent move to Stamford Bridge.
There was some speculation that we could offer the forward a long-term deal, especially as they are unable to delve into their transfer kitty and acquire the type of players that could bolster their front-line this summer.
However, after much debate and speculation, we have confirmed that Higuain will be leaving the club now that his loan deal has ended and he will be returning to Italy.
Chelsea announced on the website: “Gonzalo Higuain joined Chelsea on loan from Juventus in January. He was reunited with Maurizio Sarri after their successful time together at Napoli.
“Higuain made his Blues bow in an FA Cup win over Sheffield Wednesday, and opened his account with two superbly-taken goals the following weekend against struggling Huddersfield.
“He netted three more times before the expiry of his loan, all sharp finishes that highlighted his natural ability in front of goal. Fulham, Burnley and Watford were his victims, and he more than played his part in our eventual third-placed Premier League finish.”