A Chelsea star has admitted he could the leave the club in the January transfer window as he is not happy with his current situation.
Gary Cahill is yet to feature for the Blues this season, with Maurizio Sarri preferring David Luiz and Antonio Rudiger in the defence.
The 32-year-old has now admitted he could leave Stamford Bridge in the next transfer window if things don't' change.
“I don't want to jump the gun but as things stand at this time, probably, yes [I might have to leave in January]," Cahill said in an interview with the Mirror.
“Whatever my future holds, in terms of the club, and the relationship I have with the club and the fans, it will have been a huge part of my footballing life. I've got maximum respect for everybody here.
“I realise that sometimes you have to make tough decisions and football doesn't wait for people.
“Sometimes you have to make those decisions to keep going and progressing.
“First of all the team's doing well which is the most important thing. Having been a big part of things for six years, seven years and played a huge part, not just a squad player, I'm definitely finding it difficult this year to deal with that situation.
"So to go under a new manager, learn a new way of defending and new ideas that he has I am sure he didn't feel comfortable in putting me in and not knowing that a week before the games so I fully expected to miss the start of the season and we've not lost.
"So there's no arguments from my point of view, hence why I've not seen him. When you're winning games you have to sit tight and suck it up and deal with it. For me to do this all season is going to be very difficult.
“Everything gradually comes to an end or there's a new challenge around the corner. I've been here for six years and won six titles.
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