After a surprisingly muted January transfer window, the attention is mainly back on achieving a top four finish in the Premier League this season, but that hasn’t stopped the transfer rumblings for when the window re-opens in the summer.
 
Chelsea are reportedly keen on re-signing Jeremie Boga, who they sold for just £2 million to Serie A club Sassuolo in 2018, with the Ivory Coast international scoring six and assisting three this season.
 
The 23-year-old seemingly has a buy-back clause in his contract agreement, with a fee in the region of £12.7m agreed when he swapped west-London for Italy.
 
A report in the Express via Italian source Tuttomercatoweb has quotes from Sassuolo’s sporting director, confirming there has been dialogue and that there’s an ‘excellent’ transfer relationship between them and Chelsea;
 
Chelsea can redeem him in June.”
 
We have excellent relationships with them, we met them with them before Christmas also for other operations, because we like it as we did with Barcelona, ​​to have a collaborative relationship.
 
Jeremie Boga played just 18 minutes of Premier League football for Chelsea when he was at the club, but there seems to be a willingness behind the scenes to see the winger return in the near future.

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