Spanish midfielder Saul Niguez has made a decision on his Chelsea future after he was substituted at half-time again in Chelsea’s 2-1 victory over Watford on Wednesday night.
The game against Watford was Saul Niguez’s second Premier League start since joining Chelsea on loan from Atletico Madrid and he was also substituted at half-time in his Premier League start against Aston Villa.
According to Daily Mail, Saul remains determined to revive his Chelsea loan spell after another setback at Watford.
The report claims Saul understands the onus is on him to make his season-long stint work particularly with no exit route in January.
Saul can’t end his loan spell in January as he has already played for the maximum two clubs in one season having featured for Atletico before joining Chelsea.
Atletico also cannot afford to take him back next month as Saul’s departure gave them room for manoeuvre with their wage bill to loan Antoine Griezmann in his place.