As we enter the nineteenth day of the 2019 January transfer window, one player who is widely expected to leave Stamford Bridge, before the transfer window slams shut, is still with the club.
No longer part of the clubs’ long-term plans, 33-year-old Gary Cahill is expected to move on to ensure he finishes his career with regular first-team football.
Cahill has, during his time at Stamford Bridge, tasted success in every competition and his place in the clubs’ history books is secured.
However, with an offer, supposedly, on the table to remain in West London and move to Fulham, on the table, it is being reported by the news source, Football London, that the Fulham boss, Claudio Ranieri, believes that the veteran isn’t sure about making the switch.
Clearly, playing for a side that are in the relegation pack and who are five points adrift of safety, might not be the career move Cahill wants when it comes to a career swansong.
My view is that Cahill will sit tight and wait, over the coming days, to see if any other offers come in, before deciding where his future lies.
Here at Vital Chelsea, we’ll monitor the situation and report back as deemed necessary.
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