Gary Cahill, who was a part of the English squad that participated in the World Cup, said, "A lot of things have been running through my head, " Cahill said. "For me to do this all season is going to be very hard".
"I realise that sometimes you have to make tough decisions".
Frustrated by the lack of football, Cahill will be an eye-catching prospect for many clubs in the Premier League, and he could be an ideal stop-gap for Manchester United, who are devoid of experience and strength in depth at the heart of defence. But I have to look at my situation.
"Whatever my future holds, the relationship I have with the club and fans will have been a huge part of my footballing life".
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"He said: ".being English and wanting these youngsters to get the opportunities they're not going to get in the Premier League at the moment, certainly at Chelsea.
Maurizio Sarri has made the changes expected of him as Chelsea take on PAOK in their first match of the UEFA Europa League. Cahill said that he is not a guy who is willing to accept not playing football. "For example the number 10, Dimitris Pelkas, I think he is a very good player". Your career's short enough as it is.
"For Odoi I don't know. I used to play as a striker when I was a kid, I really enjoyed it and I've kept some of the things I used to do, it's good to score goals to help the team".
The England global has fallen behind Antonio Rudiger, David Luiz and Andreas Christensen in the pecking order and has accepted that "sometimes you have to make tough decisions" for the progression of your career.
Ampadu has had a excellent start to the season and as a result, has signed a new five year contract at Chelsea. Eden Hazard asked for a rest and has been given one, with Pedro and Willian to support Alvaro Morata upfront.