Highly rated Chelsea goalkeeper Marcin Bulka is set to leave the club at the end of the season after signing a pre-contract agreement with French champions Paris Saint-Germain, according to Goal.
Bulka joined Chelsea as a 16-year-old from Barcelona’s academy base in Poland at FCB Escola Varsovia, signing a three-year contract with the Blues.
His Chelsea contract expires in June and the Poland youth international is set to leave having not made a competitive first-team appearance for the Blues.
Bulka made three appearances during pre-season for Chelsea ahead of the 2018-19 campaign but is yet to make his full senior debut in a competitive match.
He was an unused substitute for two EFL Cup matches this season, he has been predominantly in the U23 squad.
Having been first choice at the beginning of the campaign in the U23 squad, Bulka lost his place to Jamie Cumming and didn’t feature in the second half of the season and he is now set to leave the club for PSG.
Lots of clubs around Europe were interested in signing Bulka but PSG won the race and he will provide competition for Gianluigi Buffon and Aplhonse Areola in Paris.
Bulka and his agent have been in Paris in the past few days to work out the terms of his contract.
Chelsea could lose other youth players this summer with the likes of Juan Castillo, Joseph Colley, Geroge McEachran, Bradley Collins, Josh Grant, Jared Thompson and Tariq Uwakwe all having contracts that will expire this summer.