DEVASTATING NEWS: according to Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea star has hand in a transfer request request to leave the club with immediate effect. He said ” all my love goes to the fans they made me feel at home all my time here is going to memorable one, but I have to go the club don’t respect me join this club was out of poor decision making me and my family I come to conclusion that it’s time to go this is not the Chelsea I envisioned”. Chelsea star is leaving.

Ian Maatsen, a Chelsea loanee, is already considering extending his stay at Borussia Dortmund past this season.


The Dutch player, Maatsen, has had a significant impact in the two games he played for his loan club. Despite his short time with Borussia Dortmund, he impressed immediately, making his debut against Darmstadt just 48 hours after arriving in Germany. In his second match against Koln, Maatsen showcased both offensive and defensive prowess, even providing a brilliant assist for teammate Donyell Malen.

This promising start has Dortmund fans optimistic about the 21-year-old staying longer than his initial six-month loan. While Dortmund lacks a purchase option, they reportedly have the right of first refusal on Maatsen, who might have a release clause ranging between €30 million and €40 million in the summer. However, this potential financial commitment poses a challenge, as it could make Maatsen the club’s record signing.

Maatsen himself has hinted at a possible summer move, expressing openness to the idea of continuing with Borussia Dortmund. His positive comments after the 4-0 victory over Koln, where he mentioned feeling a strong connection with his teammates, have resonated well with fans and club officials alike. He acknowledged the potential for achieving great things with the team if their current momentum is maintained.

Despite keeping his options open, Maatsen seems inclined toward a longer stay, stating, “I’d like to come back. Why not [stay at BVB]? We will see what the future holds.” Notably, even though Maatsen extended his contract with Chelsea before joining Dortmund, it appears that he may have played his final game for the Blues. Chelsea attempted to offload him in the previous summer and winter transfer windows, but interest was lacking. If he sustains his current form, the upcoming transfer window might paint a different picture for the sought-after defender.

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