Kennedy has withdrawn his loan from Flamengo.
The Brazilian, who can play anywhere on the left side of the pitch, returned to Stamford Bridge after five months at Maracana, where he made 18 appearances and scored one goal. In November, he played in the Copa Libertadores final, where Flamengo lost to Palmeiras after extra time.
Kennedy joined Chelsea in 2015 from Flamengo’s biggest rival, Fluminese. He made the most appearances in his first season in West London, 20 times under Jose Mourinho and then Guus Hiddink. He scored two goals for Norwich in 40 seconds.
The next campaign between Watford and Newcastle featured seven games. The 25-year-old scored Chelsea’s third goal from the left wing in the League Cup win over Nottingham Forest.
Before playing for Flamengo, Kennedy spent two years in La Liga, first with Getafe and then with Granada. He is a member of the Brazilian youth national team.
According to other loan reports, 22-year-old goalkeeper Jamie Cumming has recalled from Gillingham and joined MC Dons for the rest of the season.
Cumming played 22 times for Gills and scored four times. MC Dons is fifth in the table.
The latest exchange news as the Welsh football window opens
The Welsh football exchange window is open, but most clubs are currently silent.
Newtown have completed the transition of the year with the addition of 23-year-old defender Ryan Sears from the English National League team Grimsby Town.
The former Shrewsbury Town star joined the city team in 2018, which won the Player of the Season award on loan.
In different places, TNS has strengthened its midfield in the English Premier League’s Salford City team, where former England youth team player Alex Denn, who was selected as the Premier League champion JD Saimru, is a member.
The Saints also agreed to extend the loan agreement between Louis Bradford’s Aberystwyth Town and Beau Cornish to Airbus UK Broughton, leader of Northern SME Simru.
In the meantime, there were four quiet windows in the middle of Wales in Simru, North North.
Llanidloes Town have said goodbye to midfielder Craig Harris, who has returned to former club Caersws, and Ardal has applied for promotion to the Northeast League.
Ryder Town Ardal Southeast was the busiest with four players.
Goalkeeper Ham Steventon has signed from Taffs Well of SME Simr South, while Taylor Wosencraft, Tom Francis and Tom Bright have signed from Newton Town.
Meanwhile, defender Jordan Cooper is set to sign for South Wales side Cardiff Corinthians.
In Landland, Wells was also boosted by the signing of midfielder Bob Kiar from a former Brecon player who joined Wuster University.
Meanwhile, the Montgomery Town MMP-NL has been replaced in the Middle Wales League by Forden United, a derby rival in the East with cousins Sam and Tom Evans.