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Nathan Ake tied to the return of Chelsea

Cape Town – Bournemouth star Nathan Ake could be moving
at the end of the current campaign, with Chelsea apparently trying to take action
the repurchase clause in your agreement.

The Dutch defender made only seven Premier League matches
appearances in five years at Stamford Bridge before joining Bournemouth for £ 20
million in 2017.

The 24-year-old, who arrived at Chelsea from Feyenoord, has aged
16 in 2011, they made six first-team appearances in the 2012-13 season.

He played only once in the following season at Mourinho
replaced the interim leader Rafael Benitez, and recently revealed the scars that
the Portuguese left his trust.

However, his story at Stamford Bridge may not be over yet,
as the Dutch outlet De Telegraaf claims that Chelsea is now pondering the
possibility to bring it back

Apparently the Blues has entered a £ 39m buy-back clause
Ake's contract when he signed for the Cherries, which means that if an offer of
this sum arrived out of season, so they should have accepted it.

Gary Cahill should leave at the end of the season
while it is also the uncertainty that surrounds David Luiz, who has an agreement that
expires this summer.

Obviously, any move for Ake would be based on that of Chelsea
the ban on two-window transfers is canceled, with the west side of London
filed an appeal.

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