Chelsea are currently facing uncertainties concerning the future of some of their stars. Recall that the Blues are yet to extend the contract of Willian. The Brazilian star has few weeks remaining in his current contract and if nothing is done, he will be leaving Stamford Bridge for free.
However, there is one player that has reassured his future to the blues despite the injury issues and the limited game time he is given, at the club.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has assured that his future is at Chelsea and he has never thought of leaving the West London Club.
The English man explained that he has always wanted to stay at Chelsea despite his inability to lock down a regular starting spot Frank Lampard's team.
The English man's fight for a regular starting berth has not being aided by his constant Injury struggles. Loftus-Cheek signed a new contract with the Blues last year and hopes to honour it.
The 24-year-old however believes he is ready to step up his game with the Blues and says that the arrival of Frank Lampard wasn't the reason behind his desire to stay at the London club.
He revealed that he has always love the club he joined when he was just seven.
Loftus-Cheek will hope to continue showing his commitment to the Chelsea course when the Blues has will be facing the Red Devils in the semi final leg of the Emirates FA Cup at Wembley stadium tomorrow.
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