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Kinsky Snubs Chelsea

Czech international goalkeeper Antonin Kinsky has said no to a potential move to Chelsea as he is not ready to give up regular football with current side Saturn, for a lucrative chance to warm the bench at Stamford Bridge where his fellow international number one Petr Cech is also the first-choice custodian for the Premiership powerhouse.

The Blues scouts have watched the 33-year-old in action for the Russian side apparently as Cech recommended the reliable custodian to the west-London club management, although Saturn are keen to extend Kinsky’s current contract that only has a year left to run.

"I know that Chelsea scouts looked at me," Kinsky revealed to Sport Express.

"Such interest is very nice, but not interesting.

"I want to play football, I don't want to sit on the bench somewhere and London isn't an exception.

"We agreed with Saturn's director to start contract talks next week."

Saturn's general director Boris Zhiganov said: "Chelsea scouts watch Kinsky because they plan to include him on their list of possible candidates for second-choice keeper.

"Antonin has a contract to run for one more year but we plan to extend this deal."

If we're out looking for a keeper, we must be looking to let either Carlo or Hilario move on.

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We're after a 33 year old goalkeeper? For me, this is wrong. Our number one is 26, and therefore has another six-eight seasons in him. We have experienced back-up in Cudicini who is 35, and Hilario who is 33. Then we have young Rhys Taylor, and Jan Sebak who is coming through the ranks - goalkeeper is not a position we need to work on.

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