Youngster is on-loan at Reading and worries about his future
Chelsea defender Michael Hector has admitted his future at Stamford Bridge is uncertain, despite the news that John Terry will be leaving over the summer.
The long-standing skipper announced the club hadn’t offered him a new deal following the MK Dons game, and confirmed that he would be leaving at the end of the season, much to the shock and annoyance of the Blues fan-base.
With Terry leaving, it currently leaves Chelsea with Gary Cahill, Kurt Zouma and Branislav Ivanovic as possible central options, but with the Frenchman injured for around six months, it’s leaving them very thin.
Chelsea do have two central-defenders out on loan currently in Hector and Papy Djilobodji and despite the lack of numbers, the one on loan at Reading still believes he could be set for a transfer over the summer.
“I have not been able to train with Chelsea or John Terry yet, it is a shame he might be leaving but you never know what the future holds,” he said.
“I don’t know what he is going to be doing next season or where I will playing either. Right now it is about getting games under my belt and playing.”
Hector and Djilobodji were both signed on Transfer Deadline Day during the summer and have since been loaned out to Reading and Werder Bremen respectively.
Written by Alex Batt – @AlexBatt