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Chelsea striker to leave club during the summer to make Spanish Liga move


Nigerian born Chelsea player Dominic Solanke is expected to leave the club to join Real Betis, has revealed.

The youngster impressed during last summer's pre-season but was loaned out to Vitesse on a season-long loan during the transfer window.

He scored 7 goals in 25 games for the Dutch side.

Real Betis are interested in signing the player on loan for one season as he is unlikely to secure a regular place in new manager Antonio Conte's squad.

At the start of the year, the youngster admitted that his future was uncertain.

"It has been really good - it has actually been quite nice," Solanke said in January.

"It is a good place for me to come and develop, so I am happy at the moment.

"I am not sure, really [what will happen this summer] - anything can happen in football.

"I'd like to just think I'd be in a better position and be a better player than I am this year. Any development will be a positive thing in my eyes."

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