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Chelsea academy keeper Marcin Bulka has confirmed he will leave the club when his contract expires on 30 June.
Bulka signed for Chelsea from FCB Escola Varsovia in 2016 but despite being a regular in the youth teams and even featuring in Maurizio Sarri’s pre-season in 2018, he never forced his way into the first-team.
Bulka becomes the second goalkeeper to depart Chelsea this summer following Rob Green’s retirement after lifting the Europa League.
“The situation is slowly becoming more or less clear. Soon, it will be officially confirmed with whom I will sign a contract,” Bulka told Polish TV channel TVP Sport.
“I said earlier that I would leave Chelsea. I talked to many people from the world of football, it was not a secret. I informed the club that I would not sign a new contract.”
Despite failing to get opportunities at Chelsea, the 19 year old goalkeeper doesn’t feel his move to Chelsea was a mistake.
“It was the best decision I could make and I certainly do not regret it. I grew up there as a footballer and as a person. I’ve been taught a lot of things,” Bulka added.
Bulka insists he will play regularly and grow his value in his next club.
He added: “I hope to start regularly, play well and my level and value will grow. This is my goal for now. Soon I will be preparing for the season. I can not tell where I will be now. I can only strive for that. But it seems to me that with my commitment I can help myself to get where I want.”