Chelsea midfielder Juan Castillo has confirmed on social media that he will leave the club this summer.
Twitter: Juan Castillo cleans up his locker. Good luck in the future. He will be known as another who got away in a … https://t.co/0PJRf3jlry (@CarefreeYouth)
The Dutchman is out of contract at the end of the following month and has clearly decided not to close a new deal with Chelsea and instead look for a new club for next season.
He made 21 appearances for Chelsea & # 39; s under-23 & # 39; s in the league last season, played in left and left midfield and also played four times in the EFL Trophy for the club.
Castillo joined Chelsea of the famous Ajax academy in 2016, signed a three-year deal at the time and is now continuing with the next chapter in his career.
He has been covered by the Netherlands seven times at a level below 19 and is highly regarded, which means that it will be a blow to Chelsea to lose him at this point in his career.
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