Chelsea centre-back Tomas Kalas who is on loan at Fulham had suggested that he acknowledges his future probably isn’t at Stamford Bridge, and that he will be looking to move on elsewhere in the near future.
The defender has been on loan for quite a while now, and in spite of impressing in loan spells at his past clubs, he has conceded that he most likely won’t make it to the primary group at any point in the near future.
The 23-year-old is at present on loan at Championship outfit Fulham and has helped them to 6 clean sheets in his 13 appearances scoring one goal. Also Last season the 23-year-old had an extremely fruitful season at Middlesbrough, but somehow he was loaned again by Chelsea this season.
The Blues paid £5.2m for him in 2010 however, he’s managed only two starts for the club after a series of loan spells throughout the years.
The talented centre-back insists breaking into the first team positions is an outlandish job now when the Premier League monsters rush to sprinkle the money instead of giving youngsters a chance.
Kalas says that he’s playing for more than simply constructing a CV, probably meaning he might want a permanent move somewhere else to settle in rather than continue with short loan spells now.
“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,” he said Get West London.
“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. So I’m playing for more than just building a CV.”
Kalas have one more year left in the contract toward the end of the season on the three-year contract he signed the previous summer. And now it remains to be seen whether he`ll move to Fulham on a permanent basis or try to move in a different country, but one thing is sure that Chelsea will be looking to make a solid profit on the £5m investment made in 2010.