Chelsea To Re-Sign player after impressive improvement.

The Blues open transfer talks to re-sign Jeremie Boga.

The North London club are holding talks about possible re-signing of Jeremie Boga from Sassuolo.

Chelsea chief Marnia Granovskaia sanctioned the transfer, but according to Express, the blues are now considering a re-signing.

Jeremie Boga made just one senior appearance at Stamford Bridge and spending most of his career out on loan.

Boga at Chelsea

The winger is currently playing for Sassuolo and has scored seven goals with two assists to his name,

Talks between Granovskaia and Sassuolo president Giovani Carnevali are due to take place, this Wednesday over the possibility of Boga re-joining Chelsea.

Chelsea embedded a buy-back clause into the signing, that sent Boga to Italy.

The transfer fee will be around £12.7 and Chelsea can redeem Boga in June.

Boga was barely given a chance to impress the Chelsea fans or manager and he admitted he would love to prove to the Blues, they were wrong to sell him.

According to the Italian newspaper “Gazzetta Dello sport”, Chelsea and Sassuolo are discussing the future of Jeremie Boga.

Jeremie Boga will have two years left on his contract and will be looking forward to the transfer window, this summer,

Chelsea linked with Boga.

Boga appeared just once for the Blues, leaving the club in 2017 and had loan spells at, Granada and Rennes.

When selling him to Sassuolo, Chelsea included a 12.7m buyback clause which they could now exercise in summer.

Chelsea had their first refusal, it would seem Everton and West Ham United will fight for Boga if they still had an interest.

According to “The Sun”, Chelsea have scheduled a meeting on Wednesday with Sassuolo to discuss the transfer negotiation.

Boga could be a smart target for Frank Lampard as he prepares to head into his first real transfer window.

The Blues were able to sign players in January after successfully reducing their transfer ban.

Chelsea are just two points ahead of Sheff Utd with a game in hand. Chelsea fans will hope to see their club qualify for the Champions League.

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