PSV Eindhoven have completed the signing of Netherlands defender Jeffrey Bruma from Chelsea.
However, the Mail Online understands that the London club have insisted on a clause allowing them to have first refusal on signing him in the future.
The Blues signed Bruma from Feyenord as a fifteen year old back in 2007, but he made only four league appearances before being sent out on loan to Championship side Leicester City.
Two years with Hamburg followed, with the 21 year old turning out forty times in the Bundesliga before returning to England.
He has won four full international caps, but hasn’t been called up since the European Championship qualifier defeat to Sweden over eighteen months ago.
He becomes PSV’s second signing of the summer, following the capture of winger Florian Jozefzoon from Eredivise rivals Ajax, and is the first player sold by Chelsea after the reappointment of manager Jose Mourinho.