With no attacking wings available on the left at the moment, Chelsea asked Flamengo to bring Kennedy back. With that, the 25-year-old will travel on Wednesday to London, where he will reintroduce himself to the club that retains his economic rights.
Flamengo had not paid anything to Chelsea until then. With the return before the end of the contract – the loan was valid until July 31 – the club is exempted from the €500,000 disbursement that was foreseen when the negotiations were agreed.
Flamengo tried to retain the player, but a clause allowed the English club to request an immediate return at any time if Rubro-Negro did not exercise the buy-out option until December. Chelsea’s order information was first provided by Colonna do Flamengo.
Kennedy at Flamengo training on Monday – Photo: Marcelo Cortes / Flamengo
Signed on loan in August, Kennedy played 17 games for Robro Negro, scoring a goal and providing an assist.
Kennedy’s goal was scored on October 13 last year, in a 3-1 win over Juventus. (look up)
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