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Chelsea transfer news: Marko Mitrovic would be keen to return to Malmo

Chelsea forward Marko Mitrovic has admitted he would like to return to Malmo because he does not believe he will be given the opportunity to prove himself at Stamford Bridge

The 19-year-old left Sweden to join the west Londoners in 2008 and although he was selected for the reserves this season, believes he will exit the club when his deal expires this summer with a return to his homeland a real possibility.

"It (Malmo) is still the club in my heart and it would be great to return." Mitrovic told Expressen.

"Chelsea don't really invest in their youngsters, they would rather sign experienced players."

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