New contract conditions for Chelsea rising star before moving to Dortmund on loan.
The Dutch full-back joined Chelsea’s youth team in 2018
• The player has only just begun to get his chance in the Chelsea first team. This season. Before being released on loan to play with Dortmund. According to ufabet https://ufabet999.com
Ian Matsen, the young left-back from Chelsea, has identifie as having a release clause added to his new contract with the team. before being released on loan to Borussia Dortmund
The 21-year-old full-back has decide to join Dortmund on loan until the end of the season. Along with making his debut in the first game already.
However, there is information indicating. That Chelsea has agreed a new contract with the player, extending the contract until the middle of 2026 with a clause to release the player’s contract for a fee of 35 million pounds. Which will able to use this condition. during the summer trading market 2024 onwards
Matsen joined Chelsea at the age of 16. He has made 15 first-team appearances, but has only played in one Premier League game. Because the team has many full-backs in the first team. Which directly reduces his chances.
Currently, the rules state that clubs Only seven international players will allowed loaned out each season.
To prevent hoarding talented players Currently, Chelsea footballers. Who are out on loan include Romelu Lukaku, Kepa Arrizabalaga, Angelo, Hakim Ziyech, David Fofana, and Gabe. Real Slonina and Diego Moriera means Chelsea will have to cancel one of their existing loan deals to make way for Ian Matsen on loan.
As for Ian Matsen, he help lead Burnley to promotion to the Premier League in 2023-24 with four goals and six assists in 39 games. Before returning to Chelsea in the summer. In the past, with Chelsea this season, he has played 15 games in all competitions. But it was a starting role in just one game in the English Premier League.
If Ian Matsen finishes his loan with Dortmund and is unable to regain his place at Chelsea. He is expecte to be released from the team next summer. For reasons of Financial Fair Play (FFP)