Chelsea defender Thomas Kalas, who’s currently on a loan spell with Fulham, has revealed his unhappiness with not getting a chance at Chelsea.
The Czech Republic international joined Chelsea in 2010 for a reported £5.2 million, but he has played just twice in a Blue shirt.
He said: “Chelsea are trying to build a big team; there’s nothing wrong in that. We loan players are trying to get into the first team, but it’s very difficult.
“John Terry can’t keep going forever: that’s obvious. But there is another player they can buy and build a team from there.”
Kalas’s contract is up in the summer of 2018, and if Chelsea must make some profit from the 23-year-old, he should either be sold this summer or given a contract renewal.
However, Kalas reveals that he’s playing for more than just to build a CV. He said: “When you go on loan you want to play. At the end of the season, I’ve only got one more year left on my contract,” he said.
“So I’m playing for more than just building a CV.” Said Kalas.