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Amin Affane is leaving Chelsea FC, he'll be taking his talents to Germany

The Swedish youngster has found a new home in Germany, playing in the second division

Clive Brunskill

Amin Affane has had an interesting year. After being a key member of the Chelsea U18 side that won the 2012 FA Youth Cup, Affane watched Chelsea go bonkers in the transfer market and block basically any chance he had at first team future in the near future. He decided not to sign a new deal with the club and was subsequently loaned to Eredivisie side Roda JC.

Things started off very well for Affane, as he looked pretty solid in a mix of starts and substitute appearances for the Dutch bottom feeders. Affane began to run into trouble with the coaching staff in the early months of the new year though, and his loan was subsequently cut short when the coaches decided they'd had enough of his attitude and behavior.

Even though Affane returned to Chelsea, the club decided to let him start looking for his next employer a little early. It appears the young Swede has put the time to good use, as he's reportedly secured a deal with a German second division side.

It's a shame that Affane ended up having such a chaotic season, but hopefully he's learned from the experience and has a better go of things with his new club. Best of luck Amin, we all enjoyed watching you play with the youth side at Chelsea.

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