Reports claims that Chelsea will be losing high-rated shot stopper Marcin Bulka this summer, as he is set to walk as a free agent.
Bulka has been reported to have agreed personal terms with Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain once his professional contract with the Blues ends this season.
Reports from Goal claims that the 19-year-old goalkeeper feels he will have a much higher possibility to be deployed into the first team of the Ligue 1 giants than the English club.
Bulka , since signing is professional contract with the club, is yet to make any first team for the Stamford Bridge outfit this season, having been given hopes of a possible start this season following his inclusion to the club’s pre-season last summer.
Following the arrival of Spanish star Kepa Arrizabalaga in a world record fee of £71 million to replace Thibaut Courtois, the youngster was left uncertain about his future with the English club.
The Poland goalkeeper will be trying his luck with the Ligue 1 club this summer as goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon ending his career at the age of 41 and Alphonse Areola being linked with a move away from the Parc de Princes.
Chelsea is reportedly scared that the departure of Bulka in the summer could trigger a move for seven other youngster, who are all out of contract with the Blues.
Chelsea could be losing several youngster such as Netherlands winger Juan Castillo, Swedish defender Joseph Colley, English u17 World Cup winner George McEachran, defender Josh Grant, midfielder Tariq Uwakwe, goalkeeper Bradley Collins and Jared Thompson this coming summer.