Chelsea forward aims to end Stamford Bridge nightmare

By on August 14, 2012 - 28 views

Gael Kakuta is ready to give up on his Chelsea first team dreams and seal a transfer back to his homeland with Ligue 1 giants Marseille, according to The Mirror.

The 21-year-old who made his senior debut for the Blues back in 2009 against Wolverhampton Wanderers has only figured five more times for Chelsea in the Premier League and following a few underwhelming loan spells elsewhere in England at Fulham and Bolton Wanderers, the France Under-21 international has come to the realisation that he needs to reinvigorate his once burgeoning reputation.

Kakuta is infamously known to football fans as the young French whizz kid who was proved to be illegally approached by the Blues as a youngster, with an initial transfer embargo issued as a punishment, which was later lifted by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

The diminutive Kakuta who can play as a centre forward or more favourably out wide as a winger is ready to plump for a move to the South of France and Marseille who are closely monitoring his situation.

Marseille parted company with Didier Deschamps earlier this summer after the former Chelsea man went on to take the reins of the French national side and the Mediterranean giants are now coached by Elie Baup.

There have been significant exits at Stade Velodrome this summer including West Ham United’s new signing Alou Diarra and reports encircling further exits for star men Stephane M’Bia, Loic Remy and right full back Cesar Azpilicueta who was rumoured to be part of the Kakuta Chelsea deal.

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