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Van Aanholt wants Blues future

Chelsea defender Patrick van Aanholt is hoping that he may have a future at Stamford Bridge under a new manager.

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Patrick van Aanholt: has only ever made two league appearances for Chelsea.

Patrick van Aanholt: has only ever made two league appearances for Chelsea.

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Van Aanholt has only ever made two league appearances for Chelsea, and has been loaned out to five different clubs since 2009.

The Dutchman has spent this season at Vitesse Arnhem in the Eredivisie, where he has made 35 league appearances this season alongside fellow Chelsea loanees Tomas Kalas and Gael Kakuta.

"I move on with a good feeling," Van Aanholt told NuSport.

"I have had a good season and just have to wait and see. A new coach, new chances.

"I have to be there on July 1 and then we have to wait. It depends whether the new coach believes in my qualities.

"If that doesn't work out, I will go out on loan again."

Vitesse have performed above expectations this season, finishing the campaign in fourth position.

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