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Chelsea owner Todd Boehly is set to Terminate 21 years old Player after refusing to sign new contract with the Club

In the January transfer window, Chelsea hopes to permanently offload Ian Maatsen.

According to 90min, Ian Maatsen is attracting a lot of loan interest, but Chelsea has made it clear that they will only sell him.

According to their report, the club has failed to reach an agreement with the defender on a new deal, which is why they want to get rid of him.

Maatsen’s contract expires in 2025, which means Chelsea risk losing him on a free transfer if he does not sign an extension, which has been the case thus far.

Borussia Dortmund is one team to which the 21-year-old has been linked.

Chelsea will permanently part ways with Ian Maatsen.
Chelsea appears to be forced to sell Maatsen due to his contract problem and the fact that he is currently not playing.

Mauricio Pochettino has preferred Levi Colwill, Ben Chilwell, and Marc Cucurella over the left-back in the Premier League this season.

Chelsea are preparing to pay £87 million to recruit the club’s best scorer in January, and his management is extremely concerned.
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Chelsea have had a lot of issues in the full-back positions this season, and Maatsen has scarcely seen a look in.

It would now be surprising if the Dutchman stayed at Stamford Bridge past the January transfer deadline.

Even if he wanted to stay, with his contract expiring, the club would very certainly force him out. Chelsea’s present rule is quite rigorous in this regard.

Mason Mount, for example, was sold during the summer after reaching the end of his contract. Although the England international was one of the club’s most prominent players, he was sold.

It will be no different for Maatsen, who naturally is opposed to signing an extension after being ignored by Pochettino all season. He must now depart west London.

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