30-year-old Brazil international midfielder Ramires believes a return to Chelsea is very much likely to occur in the summer as he would love to play for the Blues once again before ending his career.
The midfielder cut his ties with Chinese Super League outfit Jiangsu Suning earlier in the year due to reasons he refused to share with newsmen. He scored 16 goals and made 11 assists after 70 matches for the Asian side last season.
The player who has appeared in 52 matches for his country could be moving to the Premier League in the summer, though no club has shown their interest to work with the midfielder.
The central midfielder left Stamford Bridge to join Jiangsu Suning during the winter of 2016 for a very low transfer fee of £25m. Having featured in 251 games for the West London club, he found the back of the net 34 times in Premier League fixtures.
During his stay at the Stamford Bridge, the Brazilian lifted numerous trophies with the Blues — a Premier League title, FA Cup, League Cup, UEFA Champions League and the 2012-13 UEFA Europa League.
Ramires became one of Chelsea’s fringe players under Guus Hiddink and the player wasn’t happy with his situation thereby forcing a move to the Chinese Super League.
It is yet to be seen if Antonio Conte would love to bring him back to Stamford Bridge as there are lots of competition for a place in the Blues’ midfield.