Super Eagles defender Kenneth Omeruo says he is fed up of Chelsea’s loan policy as he now demands a permanent place where he can get focused ahead next season.
The Chelsea loanee, who was on the books of Turkish side Kasimpasa SK in the 2017/18 season, strongly affirms that he is not moving out on loan from the Blues this time.
Omeruo joined Chelsea in January 2012 after a brilliant youth career at Standard Liege. He has since had loan spells at ADO Den Haag, Middlesbrough, Kasimpasa and Alanyaspor.
“One thing I don’t want is to go on loan again,” Omeruo told ACL Sports.
“It’s been too much! It is either I am back to Chelsea to stay and play or I need a home, I need a permanent place to really focus and play,” the center back added.
Although, the defender has two years left on his Chelsea contract, he looks set to dump the English side for a ‘permanent home’ in the summer if Coach Antonio Conte does not fill him in to the Blues squad for next season.
In contrast to his career at Chelsea, Omeruo has had a good impact on the Nigeria national team and he has made 33 appearances for the Super Eagles.