Sassuolo’s Jeremie Boga has suggested he could make a return to Chelsea in the future as he continues to impress in Serie A.
Boga is a product of the Chelsea youth system made and after a series of loan spells, he decided in the summer of 2018 to make his stint at Sassuolo a permanent one.
Speaking in an interview with The Athletic on Friday, Boga said: “When I was there, it was Willian, (Eden) Hazard, Pedro. When Jose Mourinho was there, it was (Mohamed) Salah.
“There were a lot of good wingers. For me, it has always been if I can’t play, then I will try to go on loan or try to go somewhere to improve, then maybe come back one day.”
The move to Sassuolo earned Chelsea a fee in the region of £3.5 million and has begun to fulfill his unquestionable potential, with a string of stellar displays to this point in 2019/20.
Before the Coronavirus break, Boga had racked up 8 goals and 4 assists in 25 league appearances this season.
His form has never gone unnoticed with clubs like Barcelona, Tottenham, Borussia Dortmund and Valencia all said to be interested in the 23-year-old.
But the Blues are thought to hold a €15 million buyback option on the attacker, with suggestions having begun to circulate that those in charge of transfers at Stamford Bridge could be tempted into a move this summer.