Official Two Pillars of Chelsea Leave Stamford Bridge

LONDON - Chelsea finally issued a statement that the two players, Salomon Kalou and Jose Bosingwa Chelsea official leave. The club would prefer not to renew them.

Kalou joined at Stamford Bridge in the spring of 2006 from Feyenoord for a fee of 9 million pounds, and signed a contract duration of three seasons. He led the Blues won multiple titles, including: Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League.

For six seasons for Chelsea, he scored 60 goals successfully in all matches. While the new Bosingwa joined the 2008 season, from FC Porto with a tag of 16.3 million pounds, as reported by the Guardian, Monday (07/02/2012).

The Portuguese right-back has featured as many as 126, and contributed several titles, including the FA Cup and Champions League. Unfortunately, the injury often haunt the players berusi 29 years. Nevertheless, he also has an important role in the final of the Champions League and FA Cup last season.