Chelsea are an establishment milking football through the exploitation of the loaning system, and for a players like Kenneth Omeruo and Ola Aina seeking first team roles, cutting loose from the club could be better than hanging on.
Omeruo is on the verge of his sixth loan deal as a Chelsea player and despite what has been a period of development for the player, Chelsea still not have a first team role for the 24-year-old.
Successive Managers at the club would even bother to include the Center Half in pre-season, not Maurizio Sarri.
The Italian Boss has sanctioned Omeruo’s loan deal; just like Ola Aina’s, and it does no good for the Nigerian, who at this stage of his career needs a place, to call home.
Reacting to the Omeruo’s situation, former West Brom and Nigerian defender, Ifeanyi Udeze believes the future of the embattled Chelsea player could certainly be away from Stamford Bridge.
‘A player cannot grow at a projected rate if they’re not settled. Omeruo has been on five loan spells away from the club and surely it must be a concern for him,’ Udeze quipped.
‘He is a good player, we’ve seen his growth over the years and if Managers at Chelsea don’t trust him enough for a first team spot, the best thing is for him to move on permanently.
‘Chelsea makes money from loan deals and will have no scruples about shipping put players out en masse, but Omeruo should think about his long term future,’ said Udeze.
Omeruo joined Chelsea in 2012 from Belgian club Standard Liège.