The future of Chelsea loanee Kenedy remains unknown after a claim credited by manager Maurizio Sarri on the loan players returning back to the Stamford Bridge.
The Blues team have been handed a transfer ban that will stop them from registering new players for the next two transfer windows and that means some of the players on loan will have to return back to the club.
Manager Maurizio Sarri mentioned that he would seek to work with about two or three of the 41 Chelsea players on loan but refused to mention names as Kenedy awaits to known his next destination.
Kenedy spent the entire season on loan with Newcastle but he failed to impress. It is claimed that manager Rafa Benitez will not seek to sign the star player if he also gets a new contract with the club because he was not impressed with his performance
However, Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez has sp on the future of Kenedy at the St James Part, noting that the player might not be happy with his 14 starts this season but he is convinced that he is training very hard.
He, therefore, did not mention if Kenedy would be allowed to return on loan deal or he would be asked to return to the Stamford Bridge.