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Chelsea starlet Bertrand Traore has returned to Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem on loan for the forthcoming season.

In an official news bulletin on the Blues' website, Chelsea had this to say about the young Burkino Faso winger:

Bertrand Traore will return to Vitesse Arnhem on loan for the 2014/15 season.

Traore signed for Chelsea in January this year having spent time with the Blues as a triallist, scoring a long-range goal against an Indonesian XI during last summer's pre-season tour of Asia.

The Burkina Faso midfielder, who has already represented his country at an Africa Cup of Nations, was loaned to Vitesse for the latter part of last season, and scored three times in 13 appearances for the Eredivisie side, who we face in a friendly later this month.

In sixteen - primarily substitute - appearances for the Dutch side during the second half of last season, Traore scored three times in just 609 minutes of competitive action.

You can keep up to tabs with Bertrand's loan performance here.

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