Chelsea midfielder Jon Obi Mikel is reportedly considering his future at the club plowing uncertainty of first team place.
The 28-year old seems unhappy at the club he joined about a decade ago due to inconsistent appearances in the first team under interim manager Guus Hiddink.
With clubs from Turkey and the Middle East monitoring the situation, Obi Mikel is not going to be short of suitors despite his irregular playing time.
The former World U-20 second best player – behind Lionel Messi – has seen his stock fall in the past decade and will look to revive his career at a different club following failed attempts at West London.
Speaking to Goal, he expressed his disappointment in being a fringe player for entire career in the famous Blue shirt.
“I have one more season with Chelsea but I know when this season ends, we will definitely sit down and try to sort out whatever needs to be sorted out. If it means me leaving, fine. If it means me staying, then I have to play because one thing I don’t want to do is to sit on the bench like I did before.” He said.
“It’s not very nice, especially now when you have kids you just want to do what you can to play.
“Wherever it is I just want to play. When this season ends we will definitely sort out the contracts. Legacy is important and I’m very proud and happy that I’ve kept this legacy to be able to achieve what I have achieved.” he appended.