Chelsea defender Matt Miazga has revealed his intention to leave the club this summer but insists he does not regret moving to Stamford Bridge.

Miazga has been with Chelsea since joining from New York Red Bulls in a £4.14m deal in January 2016, but his five years at the club have been far from successful.

He’s spent most of his time at the club out on loan with the likes of Vitesse, Nantes and Reading.

Indeed, he has only managed two appearances for the Chelsea first team since his arrival but remains tied to the club until next summer.

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A move away this summer seems extremely likely, with the player having commented on more than one occasion in the last few months that he wants to move elsewhere and find some stability.

That’s a sentiment he has shared once again with his latest comments, although he insists there are no regrets involved.

“I can’t say anything meaningful about it,” Voetbal Primeur report him saying to HLN when asked about his future.

“What I can say is that my time at Chelsea will normally not continue. It didn’t work out, but I would do it again.

“I have a lot of respect for Chelsea; I learned a lot, trained with stars like Eden Hazard and played in the Premier League twice. Unforgettable.”