Chelsea winger Christian Atsu has expressed a desire to go out on loan again when his contract with Eredivisie side Vitesse expires, according to FourFourTwo.
The Ghanaian made the switch to Stamford Bridge last September but was swiftly sent out on loan to further his development. Atsu has featured for Vitesse 25 times this season, netting five goals and assisting eight times, which was enough to earn the Player of the Season award.
Speaking to Voetbal international, Atsu said he enjoys the attacking philosophy at Vitesse but would come back to Chelsea if asked to.
"It all depends on Chelsea. If they say that I have to stay in London, then why not?
"Here, I get the chance to develop myself and at Vitesse we play an attacking system.
However, the 22-year-old is wary of moving to a club that favours counter-attacking football, likening the experience to the nine-to-five humdrum of commuter life.
"Suppose I move to a bigger club and am placed on the bench or I move to a team that plays counter-attacking football, that would leave me feeling like I am going to the office and taking a nap on my desk."
The former Porto forward has been widely touted as one of the emerging talents to watch in the upcoming World Cup.
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