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Chelsea set to make embarrassing transfer for star they let go of five years ago


CHELSEA are reportedly interested in re-signing goalkeeper Marcin Bulka.

Bulka, 24, joined Chelsea‘s academy at the age of 16 but failed to break into the first team.

Chelsea are considering a potential move for Marcin Bulka


Chelsea are considering a potential move for Marcin BulkaCredit: Getty

He made eight appearances for the club’s Under-18s and 19 for the U23s but was released after three years.

However, L’Equipe now claim Chelsea are looking to potentially re-sign him.

OGC Nice are determined to tie Bulka down to a new deal, but the Poland international wants to quadruple his wages to £47,000-a-week.

The French side are only offering him slightly less than triple.

After leaving Chelsea, Bulka joined Paris Saint-Germain as a free agent.

He made just two senior appearances for the Ligue 1 champions before being sent on three successive loan spells to Cartagena, Chateauroux and Nice respectively.

Nice were left impressed by the goalkeeper’s ability and went on to sign him in a £1.7million transfer in 2022.

Bulka’s first campaign at the Allianz Riviera was spent as a back-up, but he established his spot as Francesco Farioli’s No1 this season.


Bulka has established his spot as Nice's No1


Bulka has established his spot as Nice’s No1

In 38 games he kept 18 clean sheets and conceded 35 goals.

Chelsea already have three goalkeepers at their disposal.

Chelseas midfield struggles with Moises Caicedo and Enzo Fernandez

Djordje Petrovic and Robert Sanchez both joined last summer for a combined total of £39m.

Meanwhile, Kepa Arrizabalaga is set to return from his Real Madrid loan spell.

Chelsea have already announced their first signing of the summer.

Tosin Adarabioyo joined the club in a free transfer from Fulham this week.

The 26-year-old has penned a four-year deal.


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