Super Eagles defender, Kenneth Omeruo, has expressed his desire to leave Chelsea when his current loan deal with Spanish side Leganes, ends.
Concise News understands that the Nigeria was bought by Chelsea during the 2012 transfer window.
He has not played a single game for the team since then and last August joined the La Liga side for a seventh loan move.
Speaking about his career and the desire to secure his future, the player told the BBC that “The football here [in Spain] suits my style and the club provides a stable platform for me.
“The opportunity to play against the best players in the world is massive for my career.
“There is an option for Leganes to sign me on a permanent basis and hopefully that will happen.”
He added”“The Chelsea management have never stopped me from making important career decisions and they’ve been very supportive.
“It will be a decision between both clubs, but personally I hope I’ll be a Leganes player for next season and beyond.
“I deserve stability in my career as a footballer. Leganes and Spanish football provides me with the continuity and right environment for career growth.
“After enduring instability with different loan moves, it’s time to finally settle down with my young family.
“Leganes fans and club officials have been awesome to my family which has helped me mentally and physically.
“It has also helped me with the national team and to connect with fans back home because La Liga is on television in Nigeria.
“I’d love to stay at this football club and hopefully that will happen.”