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Georgian Kakha Kaladze insists that he will be leaving Milan this summer and says he could very well join Chelsea.
The left back-cum-midfielder has become a squad player at the Giuseppe Meazza and the 27-year-old now wants to quit the Rossoneri.
"I have decided to leave, at my age I need to play," Kaladze told Corriere dello Sport.
Kakha Kaladze claims that he has agreed to join Chelsea from Italian giants Milan.
The Georgia international is seemingly on his way to Stamford Bridge after becoming unhappy with his lack of regular action in Milan.
Blues supreme Peter Kenyon is in Italy talking with Milan about Hernan Crespo's future, along with the Kaladze transfer.
Milan left back Kakha Kaladze has denied claims that he has agreed a deal to move to Chelsea.
The Georgian defender had been quoted this week as saying he was on the verge of a switch to Stamford Bridge, with Blues boss Jose Mourinho keen to bring in a left back for the injured Wayne Bridge.
However, the Eastern European star has now retracted those earlier claims and stated that unless both clubs agree a deal for his transfer, he will remain with the Rossoneri.