Andre Schurrle admits that he has played his last game for the Bundesliga club.
Chelsea transfer target Andre Schurrle believes he has played his last game for Bayer Leverkusen, with a move to Stamford Bridge looking increasingly likely.
After the German club’s 1-0 home win over Hamburg on Saturday, Schurrle told Sky Sports that he hopes Leverkusen keep to their promises of allowing him to move.
“We’ll see. Certain things were promised to me,” Schurrle said after the game.
“I hope they will keep these promises. It also depends on Leverkusen. I think, it was my last match.”
This forward’s arrival will add yet another attacking dimension to a Chelsea squad already loaded with talent.
An attacking midfielder, the 22-year old looks set to be the long-term replacement to Frank Lampard, after netting 14 goals in the Bundesliga this season.
The deal may hit a stumbling block, however, as Chelsea youngster Kevin de Bruyne is reluctant to move in other direction, with the Belgian favouring a move to Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund.