The Blues are set to decide on the future of midfield sensation Kenedy who has spent most of his Chelsea career on loan. Chelsea is currently in a tough spot at the moment after finishing fifth in the Premier League and with the club missing out on Champions League football for next season, the West London outfit is set to endure a rather difficult summer transfer window. The top quality players at Chelsea may not be willing to play for the club as they have missed out on the elite competition.

With Eden Hazard at the top of Real Madrid’s transfer wish list, the Belgian superstar is on the cards to move away from Stamford Bridge now more than ever. Hazard has been deemed to be the successor for Cristiano Ronaldo at the Santiago Bernabeu with the Portuguese to leave the Spanish capital this summer transfer window. The 27-year-old winger has been one of the best players in the European continent for quite a while now and the Spanish giants are eager to bring him to Real Madrid.

Brazilian star winger Willian has also been rumored to leave Stamford Bridge this summer with fierce league rivals Manchester United in the hunt for the 29-year-old attacker. But his relationship with manager Antonio Conte has only deteriorated which means that he could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge.

However, fortunately for Chelsea, they have a load of players who are on loan at the moment that could come back and fit in for these players that leave the club. But the club is not sure of how the players could settle in after allowing the young talent to develop at other clubs. One such player Chelsea have a dilemma over with at the moment is midfield superstar Kenedy. The 22-year-old has proved his worth at Newcastle United under former Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez after spending the second half of the season at St James’ Park.

The Spanish manager is keen on keeping hold of Kenedy in a double deal worth £35 million along with Red Bull Salzburg star Valon Berisha. But Kenedy’s impressive performances for the Toon’s have got Chelsea thinking whether they should make the same mistake of allowing a star young player to leave the club which could come back and haunt them later on. Kevin De Bruyne, Mohamed Salah, and Romelu Lukaku are just some of the names in the recent past that Chelsea has regretted setting deals for.

At Chelsea, Kenedy would prefer to be playing regular first-team football instead of making limited restricted appearances from the bench. But the Blues are unlikely to do any transfer business before a decision is taken over whether Antonio Conte will continue to lead the club for the next season.

I think that Chelsea should bring back Kenedy because he is versatile and can play at left back as well. He is a great prospect for the future and Chelsea should not let go of him so early on.

Despite that, it was once again confirmed that they will be sending him away on a season-long loan yet again!!