Super Eagles defender Kenneth Omeruo has sent a strong message to Chelsea after his exit from the club earlier this week.
Omeruo left Chelsea for Spanish La Liga club Leganes officially on Tuesday and he has penned an emotional letter to the Stamford Bridge outfit via a post from his official Instagram page.
The Nigerian centre back has joined Leganes in a permanent deal worth £4.6m and he has signed a five-year contract until the end of the 2023/24 season.
He was the longest serving player at Chelsea before his transfer to Leganes was announced by the Premier League club on Tuesday.
Kenneth Omeruo made the move to Leganes permanent after a successful loan spell during the last campaign.
He made 31 appearances for Leganes in the Spanish La Liga season with 30 of those coming from the start of the game.
Kenneth Omeruo is not the only defender to leave Chelsea this summer as new manager Frank Lampard stamps his authority on the team.
Brazilian international David Luiz also left the club on the deadline day of the Premier League transfer window.
The 32-year-old left Chelsea to join fellow London club Arsenal in an £8m deal and he has signed a two-year contract.