“Firstly I’d like to say a big thank you to @chelseafc for the amazing years I’ve spent at the club.
“To all the staff and coaches I appreciate what you’ve done for me as a player and I’ll always be grateful. I’ve played with amazing players/friends and it was a pleasure.
“It’s been a long 11 years but it’s now time for me to say my goodbyes”. He wrote.
Aina who will now join his elder brother Ola Aina at Fulham who also developed at Chelsea before moving to Torino.
However it unclear if the 19-year-old will be included in Scott Parker’s first-team plans.