Chelsea are looking to activate a clause to bring Jeremie Boga back to the club, only to sell him in another permanent deal this summer.

Boga left Chelsea for Sassuolo in 2018 having failed to make a first-team appearance for the Blues in his four years there.

He has since flourished with the Italian side, particularly this season, with seven goals and four assists to his name to date.

A whole host of clubs are thought to be keen on a sale but, crucially, Chelsea have the option to bring him back to Stamford Bridge having included a repurchase clause in his initial sale.

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And according to Tuttomercatoweb, the plan is to activate that clause, which is €15m, before then selling Boga once again.

Talks are already underway about what will happen, with his brother meeting Chelsea chief Marina Granovskaia today, presumably to hash out some form of agreement.

At the minute, nothing has been finalised, and according to TMW, it is an ‘evolving situation’ with Boga’s future still ‘to be written’.

Sassuolo are still a player in the whole affair, with it also stated that they are trying to keeping him for next season, suggesting there are plenty of twists and turns left before this deal is done with.