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25/04/2019 - 12:45 BST

Claim From Italy: Chelsea Won’t Extend Gonzalo Higuain’s Stay

 




Chelsea do not want to extend Gonzalo Higuain’s stay at the club beyond the end of the season, it has been claimed.

Higuain joined the club on a short but expensive loan from Juventus in January, with Chelsea reserving the right to extend his stay for one more season, either on loan or a permanent deal.




But the 31-year-old has struggled to make headway in English football and has netted just four Premier League goals thus far for the club.

Maurizio Sarri has insisted that he always expected to the Argentine to take some time to adjust in England, but it seems patience has run out inside the Chelsea hierarchy.

 


And according to Italian outlet Tutto Mercato, the club have decided not to extend his stay at the club beyond the end of the season, even on a loan deal.

Chelsea are content to see Higuain return to Juventus in the summer rather than invest more money on a striker who will turn 32 halfway through next season.

 


It remains to be seen whether Chelsea change their mind if they fail to get a temporary reprieve from the Court of Arbitration for Sports over their transfer ban and are barred from signing anyone in the summer.

Higuain’s return could create a further problem for Juventus, who have no plans to reintegrate the striker into their squad.