Winger says he wants to stay at Chelsea

08:07 25 May 2012

Florent Malouda expects to be at Chelsea next season

Florent Malouda expects to be at Chelsea next season

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Chelsea transfer news: Florent Malouda would like to play for the Blues next season

Chelsea winger Florent Malouda has declared that he wants to remain with the Blues next season.

The French international was used mainly as a substitute under interim boss Roberto Di Matteo and with one year left on his current deal it was thought the west Londoners were keen to move the former Lyon man on.

However, when asked by fifa.com if he wished to remain at Stamford Bridge Malouda said: “Yes, and Chelsea know it.

“During the last two transfer windows, the club have said that I was not available for transfer. I knew at the beginning of the season I would not play all that often.

“This season has reminded of my first season at Chelsea. You have to accept it. I finished the previous campaign as Chelsea’s leading scorer in the league and I started the next season on the bench.”

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