Bruma worries over future Chelsea chances

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Hamburg defender Jeffrey Bruma says he's in no rush to return to Chelsea.

The 20-year-old has endured a successful loan spell with the Bundesliga outfit, making 14 appearances and netting twice.

After complete just six months of his two-year spell in Germany, Bruma says he's not looking for a move back to Stamford Bridge.

"It was my dream to win a first-team place by [the age of] 21," Bruma said, according to The Sunday Mirror.

"But you must play. At Chelsea it does not look like the chance is coming."

Despite international recognition this season as well, Bruma is likely to be down the pecking order at The Blues upon his return.

Gary Cahill has been brought from Bolton Wanderers, while despite entering the twilight of his career, John Terry isn't likely to be usurped from the Chelsea first-team in the near future.

This is the second loan spell Bruma has undergone since signing with the Stamford Bridge club in 2009, having spent four months with Leicester City last season.

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