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Young Chelsea keeper signs for Croatian Inter on loan

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NK Inter have confirmed that Chelsea goalkeeper Matej Delac will spend the rest of the season back on loan at the club where he started his career.

Delac returns to NK Inter Zapresic after two-and-a-half-years away from his first club. He was signed by Chelsea at the age of 18 but was unable to obtain a work permit, so he has never played a game for the Stamford Bridge outfit.

Chelsea loaned him to dutch side Vitesse Arnhem, Czech side SK Dynamo České Budějovice and portuguese club Vitória Guimarães, but he has failed to impress. Delac has played only a few games in the last two-and-a-half years, and needs regular first-team football in order to reach his potential.

When Delac first appeared on the scene, he was touted by the media as one of the best young prospects in Europe, but as yet he has failed to demonstrate his talent. He was signed by Chelsea for a fee of €3 million, and has returned to NK Inter in a bid to revitalise his career.

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