- Croatian goalie Matej Delac is said to be considering leaving Chelsea
- He has not played a single match for the Blues since joining in 2010
- The 25-year-old has reportedly told Chelsea chiefs that he wants to leave
Chelsea goalkeeper Matej Delac has reportedly told the club that he wants to leave Stamford Bridge after failing to make a single appearance since joining the Blues in 2010.
Bosnia-born keeper Matej Delac has had 10 loan spells away and never been registered for Premier League action due to work permit problems.
The 25-year-old is reported by UK Sun to have made up his mind to leave the reigning Premier League champions after seven years in England.
"Yes, soon will come a time I'll have to leave Chelsea.
"Many people ask me do I regret coming to Chelsea so young, and not joining some smaller club, but I feel no regret.
"Your career can always be better, but I am 25 and have been through so much, met many coaches, players, gained experience.
"The problem was not my quality, Chelsea believed in me, extended my contract several times, but the problem was always work permit,'' Matej Delac said.