Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu may be wanting to leave the club at the end of this season after a difficult few years at Stamford Bridge with limited playing opportunities in the first-team.
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Signed as a promising youngster from Barcelona back in the summer of 2011, Romeu has not managed to make an impact for the Blues even when given the occasional chance in the starting lineup.
The 23-year-old has now spent the last two seasons in a row out on loan, first at La Liga side Valencia last season and then in the Bundesliga with Stuttgart this year.
According to the Daily Mirror, Romeu will now seek to hold talks with Chelsea in the summer with the view to leaving the club on a permanent basis, with the player quoted as saying he is keen to have some more stability in his career.
Speaking about his future plans, the Spaniard is quoted as saying: “In June I’ll speak with Chelsea to know their intentions. After two seasons on loan, the ideal would be settling into a club to get some stability. Every player needs continuity.”