Chelsea has sent Kenedy home from their pre-season tour following the Brazilian’s hostile online networking remarks before a match in China. The club had “seriously and earnestly” apologised after fans blamed the 21-year-old for xenophobia and prejudice over remarks made in Instagram posts before a 3-0 pre-season prevail upon Arsenal.
Kenedy, who was booed by fans at the diversion, likewise later apologised.
However, he will now come back from Singapore, where Chelsea are at present.
In the wake of the occurrence, composing via web-based networking media, Kenedy said he was sad on the off chance that “somebody was miserable in light of the fact that I utilised an articulation”. He included it was “no bigotry, only an articulation”.
Chelsea said in an announcement before him being sent home that the player, marked from Fluminense in 2015, had been “unequivocally impugned and trained”. “Kenedy’s activities were a mix-up that he will gain extraordinarily from,” they included. “His conduct does not speak to the whole group and does not line up with our desires and strict prerequisites of the youthful players.”