Omeruo tells Chelsea they must use or sell him as he is tired of going out on loan spells

SUPER Eagles centreback Kenneth Omeruo has declared that he will not be leaving Chelsea to go on loan again at the start of the new season as he sees out his final year at Stamford Bridge during the forthcoming campaign.


Omeruo, 24, joined Chelsea in January 2012 as a teenager and was loaned out to Dutch Eredivisie side Ado Den Haag immediately. he has since been loaned out to several other clubs including Middlesboro in the English Championship and several clubs in Turkey, where he played last season.


Currently in the Eagles camp as they prepare for the World Cup, Omeruo has said he is tired of moving from one club to another every transfer window. He added that he is ready to stay or leave Stamford Bridge permanently this summer.


Omeruo said: “One thing I don’t want is to go on loan again. It’s been too much


"It is either I am back to Chelsea to stay and play or I need a home. I need a permanent place to really focus and play.”


Once heralded as a new sweeper in the mould of Joseph Yobo, Omeruo has one year left on his current Chelsea contract. He is a certainty to make Nigeria's final 23 for this summer's World Cup in Russia and may feature on Saturday when the Eagles face England at Wembley.