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Chelsea flop returns to Stamford Bridge but leaving immediately

Timothy Aiyeku

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The West London outfit Chelsea flop Kenedy has returned from his loan spell at Newcastle United where he failed to impress.

However, it is reported that the Blues team will no longer keep Kenedy at the club and would be offered for a cut price to any suitor that would be interested in his signature.

It has been reported that Newcastle had the option to keep Kenedy at the club on a permanent deal but they were not convinced by his ability to deliver for the club.

It would be recalled that Kenedy was in a great form about a year ago which he attracted an asking price of £30 million but that is no longer obtainable because of his performance which has affected his valuation.

Meanwhile, Newcastle United also cited attitude and application as the reason for why they will not take up the option of giving Kenedy a permanent deal despite his return to form at the early part of the year.

With the transfer window set to open again, Chelsea will no doubt listen to offers for kenedy as they will not consider the transfer ban they are set to suffer as declared by the world football governing body FIFA.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.